Museum Architecture, Mark Brodwin On Galaxy Clusters
The biggest new thing at KU's Spencer Museum of Art isn't a thing at all – it's natural light. The museum recently reopened after undergoing a structural overhaul, bringing bigger windows, and more of them. How do local renovations, like this one, reflect changing trends in museum architecture? And how do they impact the way we think about art?
Then, we cast our eyes to the skies – or the stars – with UMKC's Mark Brodwin, whose groundbreaking research on galaxy clusters has earned him a NASA award.
- Saralyn Reece Hardy, director, Spencer Museum of Art
- Steve Waterman, director of presentation, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
- Mark Brodwin, assistant professor, UMKC Department of Physics and Astronomy