ATTENTION: FACULTY, ACADEMIC STAFF, AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
March 26, 2024
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. | Zoom
Are you interested in learning how to create new arts and cultural community-engaged partnerships with museums? Are you new to working with museums as partners in creating activities for community-engaged social change? This workshop will introduce you to the directors of the MSU Broad Art Museum and the MSU Museum—and some of their community partners—who have created equitable partnerships with impact.
Each team will explain project origins, mutually beneficial outcomes, lessons learned, strategies for sustainable collaboration, and unexpected outcomes. Attendees will learn about the unique advantages of partnering with museums, along with the basics of community-engaged research, partnership building, and community engagement practices. Presenters will describe how museums can provide innovative ways to share research through presentations, performances, exhibitions, digital formats, etc. Participants will also be able to join a growing network of campus colleagues who are leading innovative arts and cultural community-engaged partnerships.