Serving Broader Audiences, Museums Engage Communities with Public Space
27 January 2020

Many of today’s museum leaders recognize a need to engage more closely with the public, and a related desire to make their facilities and programs more flexible and valuable. In order to achieve these goals, it can be useful to explore new ideas in highly accessible and permeable public spaces that welcome visitors and help evoke a desire to engage.

From outdoor plazas to universally accessible interiors, a variety of useful strategies now being implemented serve as case study examples. A few of these can help cultural leaders with varied institutional missions to innovate and better align building initiatives and capital with their long-term visions and programming needs.

Read more at American Alliance of Museums.