Violence, murder, xenophobia, homophobia, racism, sexism, and economic injustices vibrate around us. Is there a way that exhibitions can address these issues in all of their moral messiness without rushing to feel-good emotions, harmony, or empathy? Can there be space for outrage? Explores four sites that are innovating to startle, puzzle, enrage, delight, surprise, and evoke outrage. They offer examples and challenges for creating exhibits that invite marginal, subversive, or fragmented narratives and that give visitors an opportunity to explore a full range of issues and emotions. Exhibit Planning and Design track generously supported by Monadnock Media

Barbara Lau, Jennifer Scott, Suzanne Seriff, Yolanda Leyva,