Posted on November 11th, 2022 in Student Work by rileyshr

By Chloe Teall This week’s theme was one that I have really been looking forward to: community curation. We initiated class by trying to come up with our own working definition of community curation. In order to achieve a more complete understanding of how this practice can be done successfully, we looked to this week’s …

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Posted on November 4th, 2022 in Student Work by rileyshr

By Bryn Foreman I was nervous when I sat down in class for the second week of Curatorial Practices. I had, of my own volition, signed up to do a spotlight presentation on Deborah Bright’s 2001 article, “Shopping the Leftovers: Warhol’s Collecting Strategies in Raid the Icebox I.” Better to just get it out of …

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White text on a purple background reads: Museum of Broken Relationships
Posted on September 27th, 2022 in Public Scholarship by Laura Holzman

Exciting news: this year IUPUI Museum Studies is partnering with the Museum of Broken Relationships and members of our local communities to create The Museum of Broken Relationships Indianapolis, an interdisciplinary project featuring an exhibition and related public programs that will open at the Herron Galleries at IUPUI and at sites around Indianapolis in early …

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