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Breaking Barriers: Inclusive Interpretation in the Art Museum


My graduate research at The Ohio State University examines how initiating inclusive in-gallery interpretation, even without human interactions, can provide for meaningful engagement with and deeper understanding of artwork. I designed and evaluated the interpretation for The Columbus Crossing Borders Project (on view in Summer 2018) at Dublin Arts Council (Dublin, OH), about refugee experiences. My interpretation strategies (as seen below), including a video feedback booth, an interactive “web” with which participants could connect with one another, and an iPad app with which participants created related digital artworks, provided for meaningful engagement.


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