A binder lies open on a table, turned to the story of a woman waiting to hear the outcome of her father’s surgery. Turn a few pages and another story describes a photographer capturing the moment he realized he was in love. At the center of it all is a black and white portrait of a woman by photographer Meg Eastman.
Museums are a nexus.
Museums can be a place for stillness and introspection, but they also offer space for people and stories to come together.
They draw you in with the eye-catching colors of a vibrant painting or a massive geode. Their galleries provide space for creation, innovation, and conversation. And sometimes you walk out destined for a course you never expected.