The Taubman Museum of Art wants to field your questions.
The museum plans a public meeting next month, called a “Taubman Talk About,” to unveil new programs, talk about upcoming shows and discuss the feedback collected over the past four months from focus groups.
For the “Talk About,” the museum is collecting questions from the public that will be answered at the June 25 gathering. People can email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Starting Sunday, they can also post them at taubmanmuseum.org.
The questions will help shape which issues museum officials address, said Taubman President and CEO David Mickenberg.
“We have for a long time talked about listening to the community,” he said. At the meeting, he’ll report back on how the feedback so far has changed the museum’s plans. He expects to provide a two-year overview of the Taubman’s future. “We’re hoping it’s a fun evening as well as an informative evening.”
The focus groups have been a way for the museum to get new input about “what we’re doing, how we’re doing, what people think about us,” Mickenberg said. The groups’ members “almost all have come from the city or county and all have been a user of the museum in one way or another.”
He declined to discuss the museum’s plans in more detail ahead of the meeting.