A Conversation with Max Hollein, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City
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With an ever-changing world order, arts and cultural organizations are uniquely positioned to build civic capacity for public discourse around controversial issues. While their role is to serve as custodians of culture, they are also required to take responsibility for their constituencies and stakeholders and act as agents of positive change.

Max Hollein, Marina Kellen French Director and CEO at the Metropolitan Museum of Art joins our host Kevin Kajiwara for an insightful discussion on leading one of the largest and most unique cultural institutions in the world and the integral role museums play in cultural and civic life at a time of social and political reckoning.

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