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Inclusivity in Museum Storytelling

How are institutions shaping their programming to reflect an increasingly pluralistic museum-going public? As audience demographics continue to shift, representation matters—particularly in highly diverse cities...

How tech can help bridge the arts access divide

  It is only recently that the country’s largest museums have begun to seriously consider the fact that their collections should better reflect the demographics...

Museum of Things for People

  With Museum of Things for People (MoTfP) Design Museum Gent examined the conduct and expectations of visitors in the exhibition Object Stories, which shows...

Unexpected stories and incidental objects from museums

A new way to tell the story of museum objects. Instead of the focus, consider the object as a thread in the tapestry of someone’s...

Socially engaging conversations with museum audiences

  What role can speculative design play in having crucial socially engaged conversations with your audience? How can you encourage critical thinking in young people...

AI is not just for museum visitors

  Why do visitors get to have all the fun? The Data & Insight team at the National Gallery set out not just to...

Museums Making History Relevant

At a time when issues surrounding migrants, refugees, and immigration have taken center stage, the Tenement Museum is a potent reminder that, as a nation...

Radical Exhibitions: Uplifting Community Voices

  At the MAH we brought together a group over 4x the size of their entire staff to create an exhibition on a single...

Museum storytelling that demands attention on digital platforms

  How do we approach storytelling on digital platforms in a way that makes best use of the various mediums available and competes against all...

Shaping Museum Stories with Neuroscience

  In Spring 2017, the Peabody Essex Museum took the unprecedented step of employing the museum world’s first neuroscientist in residence. The goal of the...

Museum Podcasts: Dusty Documents to Hold-Your-Breath Stories

The UK National Archives holds 11 million records covering a thousand years of British history, but the impression of archives among the public is still...

Trans Stories in Museums

  Learn about an exceptional exhibition and programming that involved bringing the stories of transgender and nonbinary individuals into a museum and ultimately transforming aspects...

Making Museum Digital Success

  High-performing digital teams are critical to making organisational change happen. But how do organisations identify how big their digital teams should be, how...

Museums in an ethical minefield

How far can agency over museum experiences go before it becomes invasive and detrimental to visitors’ privacy? What can we sense; what shouldn’t be sensed?...

Agile Development in Non-Agile Museum

  “As agile website development product owners, we navigate between the development team and the museum bureaucracy in order to produce the best possible website...

5 Elements of Storytelling at the Hip Hop Museum DC

Ayanna Muhammad Lead Curator Hip Hop Museum DC At the opening night of the Hip Hop Museum DC, the visitors and presenters and inductees created...

Live-streaming from the Museum with Operation Night Watch

  On 8 July 2019 the Rijksmuseum started Operation Night Watch. This is the biggest and most wide-ranging research and conservation project in the history...

Museums at a time of drastic global change

Adam Reed Rozan, Director, Programs & Audience Development, National Museum of AmericanHistory Cultural organizations have historically shied away from taking on complex social issues through...

Film: The Playful Museum of the Future

The era of art hotels and pop-up art exhibitions has produced new pressures on the future of museums, particularly those that exhibit art. Moving forward,...

Film: Creating Heritage Bike Tours

Nedra Deadwyler shares how her search of local history led to creating heritage bike tours business, Civil Bikes. Providing tours in Atlanta Georgia that marry...

Film: Startups & Accelerators in Museums

Startup accelerators have become an integral part of helping early-stage companies build, fund and bring to market new products and ideas. Recently, we’ve come to...

Film: Building the Global Science Gallery Network

In his last day as CEO of Science Gallery International, Michael John Gorman addressed delegates at MuseumNext in Dublin, demonstrating how to use the abstract...

Film: Writing on the Wall

Jamie Andrews, Head of Culture and Learning, The British Library  

Film: The Anarchist Guide to Historic House Museums

Franklin Vagnone Founder & Principal TWISTED PRESERVATION: Cultural Consulting