Jospeh Beuys, inner space
Fayanne Hayes - Cultural Initiatives Consultant & Certified Professional Coach Jospeh Beuys, inner space

JOSEPH BEUYS INNER AND OUTER SPACE
Interactive galleries and community engagement initiative
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Curated by Fayanne Hayes

The inner space interactive galleries were developed in conjunction with the Joseph Beuys Multiples exhibition and provided a place for visitors to make meaningful connections to the exhibition.

Initially, a diverse, fifteen member community team was formed in the planning stages providing valuable input that influenced the development of the interactive experiences.

Experiences included a floor-to-ceiling blackboard room. The walls were filled with questions relating to Joseph Beuys’ life and work and a generous amount of chalk was supplied for visitors to write or draw their responses.

Leaders from community organizations, college faculty, area artists, students, and community members created their own “multiples” to express ideas relating to environment, art and energy. Their multiples were displayed and available for the visitor to take home.


Photo by Jane Parrish Smith
Fayanne Hayes - Cultural Initiatives Consultant & Certified Professional Coach Jospeh Beuys, inner space

JOSEPH BEUYS INNER AND OUTER SPACE
Interactive galleries and community engagement initiative
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Curated by Fayanne Hayes

The inner space interactive galleries were developed in conjunction with the Joseph Beuys Multiples exhibition and provided a place for visitors to make meaningful connections to the exhibition.

Initially, a diverse, fifteen member community team was formed in the planning stages providing valuable input that influenced the development of the interactive experiences.

Experiences included a floor-to-ceiling blackboard room. The walls were filled with questions relating to Joseph Beuys’ life and work and a generous amount of chalk was supplied for visitors to write or draw their responses.

Leaders from community organizations, college faculty, area artists, students, and community members created their own “multiples” to express ideas relating to environment, art and energy. Their multiples were displayed and available for the visitor to take home.

Photo by Jane Parrish Smith
Fayanne Hayes - Cultural Initiatives Consultant & Certified Professional Coach Jospeh Beuys, inner space

JOSEPH BEUYS INNER AND OUTER SPACE
Interactive galleries and community engagement initiative
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Curated by Fayanne Hayes

The inner space interactive galleries were developed in conjunction with the Joseph Beuys Multiples exhibition and provided a place for visitors to make meaningful connections to the exhibition.

Initially, a diverse, fifteen member community team was formed in the planning stages providing valuable input that influenced the development of the interactive experiences.

Experiences included a floor-to-ceiling blackboard room. The walls were filled with questions relating to Joseph Beuys’ life and work and a generous amount of chalk was supplied for visitors to write or draw their responses.

Leaders from community organizations, college faculty, area artists, students, and community members created their own “multiples” to express ideas relating to environment, art and energy. Their multiples were displayed and available for the visitor to take home.
Fayanne Hayes - Cultural Initiatives Consultant & Certified Professional Coach Jospeh Beuys, inner space

JOSEPH BEUYS INNER AND OUTER SPACE
Interactive galleries and community engagement initiative
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Curated by Fayanne Hayes


A conch audio experience. Joseph Beuys voice softly emanated from a large conch expressing his ideas for sustainable future.
Fayanne Hayes - Cultural Initiatives Consultant & Certified Professional Coach Jospeh Beuys, inner space

JOSEPH BEUYS INNER AND OUTER SPACE
Interactive galleries and community engagement initiative
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Curated by Fayanne Hayes

A 60-ft diameter Mandala Community Garden garden was designed for visitors to learn about indigenous plants and sustainable gardening practices. Inspired by Joseph Beuys' philosophy and commitment to the environment and a sustainable future, the community garden was designed by Ringling College of Art and Design students, Dan Wilson, Darren and Neal Hennegar.
Fayanne Hayes - Cultural Initiatives Consultant & Certified Professional Coach Jospeh Beuys, inner space

JOSEPH BEUYS INNER AND OUTER SPACE
Interactive galleries and community engagement initiative
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Curated by Fayanne Hayes

A 60-ft diameter Mandala Community Garden garden was designed for visitors to learn about indigenous plants and sustainable gardening practices. Inspired by Joseph Beuys' philosophy and commitment to the environment and a sustainable future, the community garden was designed by Ringling College of Art and Design students, Dan Wilson, Darren and Neal Hennegar.
Fayanne Hayes - Cultural Initiatives Consultant & Certified Professional Coach Jospeh Beuys, inner space

JOSEPH BEUYS INNER AND OUTER SPACE
Interactive galleries and community engagement initiative
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Curated by Fayanne Hayes

A 60-ft diameter Mandala Community Garden garden was designed for visitors to learn about indigenous plants and sustainable gardening practices. Inspired by Joseph Beuys' philosophy and commitment to the environment and a sustainable future, the community garden was designed by Ringling College of Art and Design students, Dan Wilson, Darren and Neal Hennegar.
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