Join members of Plains Art Museum’s Curatorial Department for opportunities to explore and investigate museums and some of their behind-the-scene aspects. From increasing general knowledge about collections processes, exhibition development from a curatorial perspective, interpretive strategies regarding artwork and exhibitions, and knowledge about certain artists and their works, Museum Uncrated promises insightful and significant takeaways for attendees.
For this Museum Uncrated event, curatorial dept. members, Kaitlin Molden and David Juarez, discuss the various uses of color in different scenarios and how color influences our perceptions and choices. They will discuss specific examples from everyday encounters as well as artwork currently on display in the museum’s first-floor gallery.