The emergence of the New Museology supposed a diverse array of new ways to understand the roles of the museum and its social background. This article explored the confluences between the action-research methodology belonging to the Social Science field and exhibitions to create a field of community participation, communication and social changs. Latin American institutional practices are involved in challenges to transform the traditional conceptions of the museum experience. Through reflection on museum and community, the action- exhibition strategies are described and the impacts are developed by two cases of action-exhibition processes where sexual diversity claims acted as a new form of citizenship.
|Keywords:||Latin American New Museology, Art and Communities, Museums and Active Citizenship, LGTB Social Movement, Action Research Participatory, Cultural Institutional Practices, Museum Alternative|
Contemporary Art Collection Consultant, Art Entrepreneurial LLC, Miami, Florida, United States Virgin Islands
Caracas, Dto capital, Venezuela
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