Luke Hollis is a Co-founder of Mused, a community-building platform for museums and heritage sites, and a Director at the New Alexandria Foundation. Sites that he’s worked at have been nominated to UNESCO, declared national parks to cease environmental destruction, won ICOMOS prizes, and sparked interest for lifelong learners in their histories. His projects have been funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and other institutions. Previously, he was a visiting researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Technical Lead at Harvard University’s Giza Project.
MuseumNext Digital Exhibitions Summit
Tuesday, 6th December 2022
Digital Futures in Exhibitions and Storytelling: Member Benefits, Educational Programming, and Virtual Access to Inaccessible Places
Digital exhibitions are the most important and underutilized tool in digital strategy in museums and heritage sites. Using Mused’s digital exhibition platform, institutions can build their email lists and digital memberships by providing exclusive content and virtual access at a fraction of the time required for similar experiences in-person.
Exhibition companion websites are important tools for storytelling and with an integrated virtual tour component, partners are making guided tours viewed by millions of visitors and classrooms around the world. This is especially true for heritage sites where site tourism may have negative environmental impact, and a virtual guided tour provides access to spaces where visitors are unable physically to access.
Digital exhibitions also are a critical resource for teachers, providing resources for immersive learning that increases student retention and inspires the next generation of artists and humanists. Request a demo exhibition to get started building your community around your collections.
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