Do Art Museums Matter Anymore?

Tom Campbell, a leader and scholar in the art world, asks an essential question as he looks ahead to a new and vital wave of arts institution leadership. This discussion will have significance as we consider leadership as well as the publics we serve from the vantage point of many of our “sacred” institutions. This panel was curated by Anna Deavere Smith, moderator.

Festival: 2013

Watch and Listen: Arts

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