The backstory blog by Neuberger Museum of Art Director Tracy Fitzpatrick takes a look at what happens behind the scenes at the Museum and what informs and inspires the team responsible for bringing its exhibitions and programs to life.
Today feels very hopeful to me, at a time when feeling hopefully feels really needed.
As 2021 unfolds in a rather confusing way, I’m looking forward to a brighter, better new year. Frankly, it can’t come soon enough.
On behalf of everyone here at the Neuberger Museum of Art, we wish you a healthy, happy, restful, and safe holiday week.
Back on November 11, I wrote to you about Woodrow Wilson as a controversial figure whose name Princeton University was removing from one of its residence halls and from its School of Public and International Affairs. On December 5, Harvard University issued a statement that it would remove the architect Philip Johnson’s name from a building he designed there as a graduate student.