Perhaps more than any other type of institution, art museums in the 21st century are at the intersection of the old and the new, as modern technology enables unprecedented public access to centuries- and millennia-old art forms. Reynold Levy, president of Lincoln Center, talks to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Thomas P. Campbell and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Michael Govan about enhancing the visitor experience (and staying relevant) in a digital age, along with the modern fundraising landscape, corporate partnership, capital projects, and more.
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