Cahuilla Continuum: Collaborating with Friends and Neighbors
Museums often intend for community engagement to be integral to the exhibit development process. Community engagement was essential to the Cahuilla Continuum: Turku, Ivax, Taluka exhibition at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum. This case study examines the necessary elements for an effective partnership and explores the intricacies of the collaboration, compromise, and consensus between the museum and the Cahuilla tribal community.
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By: Kristen Hayashi, CAM Fellow