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MSP17 Student Capstone Presentations
April 9 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Presentations for this evening are as follows:
6:00 pm “Building Bridges: Diversifying Audience at the Mott-Warsh Collection“
Presented by Stephanie Brown, Isabelle Gillet, and Colin Walker
Host institution: Mott-Warsh Collection
Project challenge: Finding ways to help a contemporary African American art gallery to reach new and diversified audiences
7:00 pm “Contemporary Voices in Historic Frames: Engaging Community at the Historic Mann House in Concord, MI”
Presented by Stacey Bishop, Alexandra Creola, Jeremy York
Host institution: Michigan History Center
Project challenge: Finding ways to enhance visitor and community engagement at a small historic home in rural Michigan
Presentations will be held in 5670 Haven Hall, Eldersveld Room
A full schedule of all Capstone presentations can soon be found here.