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African Art ReframedReflections and Dialogues on Museum Culture$
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Bennetta Jules-Rosette and J. R. Osborn

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780252043277

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: January 2021

DOI: 10.5622/illinois/9780252043277.001.0001

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Remixing the Results and Looking Ahead

Remixing the Results and Looking Ahead

(p.266) Chapter 7 Remixing the Results and Looking Ahead
African Art Reframed

Bennetta Jules-Rosette

J.R. Osborn

University of Illinois Press

Theories and ideologies of museum culture are collaboratively created by directors, curators, artists, and their audiences. This book examines these processes through the frameworks of five transformational nodes and dialogues with artists and curators. Based on these materials, nine guideposts emerge: creating transparency in curatorial networks; expanding south-north connections and exchanges; (3) reworking and blending artistic genre classifications; marketing and permeability of artworks; connecting museums with other multicultural institutions and frameworks; linking public and private collections; reconfiguring archives and databases; developing new museum learning strategies; and opening up new avenues of connectivity with diverse communities. By adopting and following these strategies, museums may display new works, showcase changing curatorial directions, and attract broader museum audiences.

Keywords:   curatorial networks, genre classifications, archives, learning strategies, connectivity, museum audiences

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