'Artist as Activist': promoting collections, outreach and community learning
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Citation:Amanda Gluibizzi, "'Artist as Activist': promoting collections, outreach and community learning," 34, no. 2 (2009): 31-34.
Inspired by their new university president's call for global outreach and a desire for community partnerships, several libraries at the Ohio State University worked with the Columbus Museum of Art on a proposal for exhibitions and public programming. Called 'Artist as Activist' this exhibition and educational program proposed a dynamic collaboration between the institutions, with the goal of broadening the audience for the museum's and the libraries' collections and developing an inclusive educational and dissemination model.
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