In ancient Greece, the agora was an outdoor public place of assembly where students gathered to learn from philosophers who posed moral, social, cultural and political questions. MoMA’s iteration of the agora will explore the relationships between and our conceptions of art, the public, and public space. This series will take the form of informal discussions that depart from open-ended questions relating to visitors’ museum experience.
In case of rain, this program will be held in the Bauhaus Staircase on the second floor.
Educator: Paula Stuttman
Topic: What happens when everything becomes art?
Free with Museum admission.