Accelerate: Access and Inclusion at The Tang Teaching Museum Vol 1
About This Book
Accelerate: Access and Inclusion at The Tang Teaching Museum is a three-year project supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. It aims to enhance academic excellence, build broader and more diverse audiences for museum exhibitions, and strengthen and appreciation of, and facility for, humanistic inquiry. It further drives collaborations with Skidmore faculty, artists and visiting scholars, whose diverse perspectives on the Tang Teaching Museum collection offer fresh interpretations of artworks and enhance scholarship. This publication is a document of the grant’s first year and is a model of interdisciplinary and collaborative learning and thinking in the academic museum.
Accelerate: Access and Inclusion at The Tang Teaching Museum Vol 1 was honored with a first prize in the Magazines/Scholarly Journals category in the 2018 American Alliance of Museums annual Publication Design Competition.
Linked by Air
Ian Berry, Rebecca McNamara
Adam Tinkle, Amber N. Wiley, Ana-Joel Falcon-Wiebe, Barbara Black, Beau Breslin, Bernardo Ramirez Rios, Caridad Svich, Chris Corsano, Dara Silverman, Ephraim Asili, Fatou Kande Senghor, Ginger Ertz, Hannah Traore '17, Hassan Hajjaj, Ian Berry, Isolde Brielmaier, Jeffrey Gibson, Joe McPhee, John Corbett, Joseph Underwood, Kamau Amu Patton, Katie Coggins '20, Lisa Moran '17, Matana Roberts, Matthew Cooke, Paris Baillie '17, Rachel Seligman, Rebecca McNamara, Richard Mosse, Sami Israel '19, Sarah Sweeney, Silvia Forni, Sophie Heath '18, Taina Cotto '20, Tanya Selvaratnam, Teague Costello '19, Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Treva B. Lindsay, Willie Cole
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Inspired by the performance Honey Baby in the exhibition Janine Antoni & Stephen Petronio: Entangle
The Tang Pattern Project celebrates the Museum’s 20th anniversary. Organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger, past and current Tang Design Interns created patterns inspired by the Museum’s exhibition and event history.