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ARTransmissions Poster: Imagine Your Ideal Art Museum

Oct 30–Dec 14, 2014  ALL DAY iCal

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Michael Maltzan / SMMOA Bergamot Art Concept Sketch
'Imagine Your Ideal Museum' sketch by Michael Maltzan, 2014, Courtesy of Michael Maltzan

ARTransmissions is a program that connects students and teachers with contemporary art and the exhibitions on view at the Museum.  

Citizen Culture: Artists and Architects Shape Policy, SMMoA’s current exhibition, features the work of nine international artists and architects who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to reshaping public policy through aesthetics. Conceived by independent curator Lucía Sanromán, Citizen Culture is the first museum exhibition to rigorously consider the crucial question of efficacy in the growing field of social practice.

The ethos of Citizen Culture inspires this project-based poster, which invites students to reflect, investigate, and invent a space where art is presented. 

Free for K-12 classrooms and home schools (while supplies last). If you would like an ARTransmissions poster for your classroom, please send your request and mailing address to education@smmoa.org. Click here to download a PDF version.