I believe in flattening the traditional power structures of curating, which exclude community authority. Today’s audiences desire to share their insights and experiences in thoughtful and valuable ways. They are our curator allies: capable and enthused for mutually created content.
Participatory curating disrupts the status quo of the museum in necessary and vital ways. Now is the era of mutually-directed conversations for change.
I uphold the creative power of museum audiences through curated participatory programs where communities lead the conversation, originate content through dialogue and creative exercises, and share in meaningful exchange with the museum.
Learn more about participatory programs here.