May 11, 2010 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Woodlawn Room, Harris School of Public Policy Studies
Peter Linett, partner at the audience research firm Slover Linett Strategies
This speculative talk will explore how cultural production and consumption are changing as Modernist assumptions give way to Postmodern ones. Join us to discuss the shifting roles of objectivity and subjectivity, directness and irony, knowing and believing, and seriousness and play; and to think how these changes may reshape museums and arts organizations.