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From Beyoncé To Bach: Culture Has Democratized And Museums Are Adapting

Category: Community Engagement & Impact

In this article, Maria Garcia describes the recent scene at the MFA, Boston and similar scenes at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum where museums attempt to become more relevant to a younger millennial audience.

“From Cardi B to Caravaggio — it doesn’t matter, as long as it feels relevant.”

– Maria Garcia

Local institutions like the MFA and Gardner Museum are programming nights that mix high and low culture as new studies show that people crave cultural experiences that feel relevant.

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