Art museums can no longer just be encyclopedic archives of fine art objects documenting select histories. Today art museums are pulled in conflicting directions as they work to maintain relevance in the shifting social, economic, and political landscape that changes priorities among audiences, city officials, funders, and art world gatekeepers. The Art Museum Redefined: Power, Opportunity and Community Engagement (2020) addresses one way in which art museums are responding to these challenges: by directly cooperating with neighboring communities and building art programming outside of museum walls, making the institution directly relevant to their neighbors’ daily lives.