An art museum where the guards encourage you to touch the art? Sounds ludicrous. Anyone who has visited a traditional art museum, such as The Metropolitan in New York City, knows the experience to be a fairly serious, solitary one; wary eyes follow your every move as you float silently through opulent rooms filled with precious artifacts. Don’t talk. Don’t breathe. Don’t touch. The Cooper … Continue reading The Cooper Hewitt: A New Model for the Museum Experience?