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Art Museums: An Unlikely Community Problem Solver | Andy Maus | TEDxFargo

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Weaving together disability, police brutality, inclusivity, chronic illness, and empathy, Andy Maus shares a candid and personal narrative of the arts and arts access.

North Dakota native Andy Maus is Director & CEO of the Plains Art Museum, an organization that first sparked his love for art museums and the roles they play in building stronger, more innovative, and healthier communities. Andy Maus is the Director/CEO of Plains Art Museum, an organization that first sparked his love for art museums and the roles we play in building stronger, more innovative and healthier communities. The Plains Art Museum, located in downtown Fargo, is the largest and only AAM-accredited art museum in North Dakota and has several strong focus areas including modern and contemporary exhibitions, regional artists, Native American programming, cultural diversity, creative placemaking, learning, and artistic creation. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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