The Naming of Things
Collaboration and Creative Reuse
The objective of this paper is to encourage the use of visual collections as a tool for community engagement and visual literacy. Using the example of a collaborative exhibition between the New York Public Library Picture Collection and Pratt Institute, it highlights the potential of engaging new communities by utilizing already-available resources in new or unexpected ways.
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