More or less; ICOM CECA 2012 keynote

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keynote for the second day of the ICOM-CECA conference 2012 in Yerevan, Armenia. Will be embedded in a blogpost on http://erfgoed20.nl

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  • zo ziet het model van een kennisecologie eruit. Nogal druk en verwarrend wellicht, maar daardoor veeleer een representatie van de realiteit dan veel vereenvoudigde modellen. Er ontstaat een constellatie van media, momenten, mensen, merken, motivatie etc. etc. Die verandert voortdurend, net als de sterrenhemel. Alle onderdelen beïnvloeden elkaar, de samenhang is niet statisch. Kunnen wetenschappelijke organisaties omgaan met zo’n dynamisch model? Lijkt me wel.\n
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  • More or less; ICOM CECA 2012 keynote

    1. 1. ICOM CECA Yerevan 2012 Theodorus Meereboer museums concept & strategy E30 Foundation / COMMiDEA րան Թանգա ան ր Թանգա ան ր Թանգա more ...
    2. 2. ICOM CECA Yerevan 2012 Theodorus Meereboer museums concept & strategy E30 Foundation / COMMiDEA Թանգարան ... or less?
    3. 3. more or less...
    4. 4. a triple jump through some thoughtsmore or less...
    5. 5. when I was a child
    6. 6. when I was an adolescent
    7. 7. when I was an adolescent
    8. 8. when I was an adult (almost)
    9. 9. when I was an adult (almost)
    10. 10. when I was an adult (almost)
    11. 11. when I was much older
    12. 12. when I was much older
    13. 13. more or less...
    14. 14. what is text good for? searching? explaining?more or less...
    15. 15. creating identitywith your ‘personal museum’
    16. 16. it can be a journey
    17. 17. it can be a journey
    18. 18. it can be a journey(not) starting at the museum
    19. 19. can we surf our waythrough a museum?
    20. 20. crosssmedia:- conversations- meeting places (agora)- interaction the crossmedia approach
    21. 21. the crossmedia approach enabling to switch?
    22. 22. (more or less...)
    23. 23. 1. the imaginative museum(more or less...)
    24. 24. visionair, inviting, mediagenic
    25. 25. Social Interaction s conve rsation st s ng or (meta) eti ie Information s me(real)Time/moment s exp erience location (Position/ Place) Social + Location + Info + Moment
    26. 26. we need stories to experience
    27. 27. try, fail, analyze, adapt, improve: learn
    28. 28. (more or less...)
    29. 29. 2. the dialogue museum(more or less...)
    30. 30. museums are conversations
    31. 31. Distributed (inside out)museums are conversations
    32. 32. Distributed (inside out)Connected (social)museums are conversations
    33. 33. Distributed (inside out)Connected (social)dispersed (loosely joined)museums are conversations
    34. 34. Distributed (inside out)Connected (social)dispersed (loosely joined)Enabling (interaction, education)museums are conversations
    35. 35. Distributed (inside out)Connected (social)dispersed (loosely joined)Enabling (interaction, education)Tempting (for visitors)museums are conversations
    36. 36. Distributed (inside out)Connected (social)dispersed (loosely joined)Enabling (interaction, education)Tempting (for visitors)Learning (from everyone)museums are conversations
    37. 37. Distributed (inside out)Connected (social)dispersed (loosely joined)Enabling (interaction, education)Tempting (for visitors)Learning (from everyone)Participating (the museum is)museums are conversations
    38. 38. Distributed (inside out)Connected (social)dispersed (loosely joined)Enabling (interaction, education)Tempting (for visitors)Learning (from everyone)Participating (the museum is)Building (relationships)museums are conversations
    39. 39. meetings + conversations relevance connect + contextualise exchange experience observe + participatewe need conversation managers
    40. 40. the former curator
    41. 41. truthknowledge peers fact education record study data the former curator
    42. 42. engagethe brand new curator
    43. 43. why?you tell me participants what? how? discuss go outopen data engage the brand new curator
    44. 44. dialogue museum = agorafrom Acropolis to common grounds
    45. 45. dialogue museum = teamwork © Kevin Kuhne from writer to facilitator
    46. 46. (more or less...)
    47. 47. 3. the eccentric museum(more or less...)
    48. 48. ubiquitous & contributing
    49. 49. 1. research (audience, meeting place, topics, etc. Do not assume, be aware of)2. reach (media choice, timing)3. resources (content, creation, customers)4. relevance! stairway to ‘have them’
    50. 50. this is where it happens!you are here think eccentric; dare to distinguish
    51. 51. 6 xapproach L  + +  Loosenfor thenear  Listenfuture / Like-wise  Learn (lifelong)  (L.a.t.) relations Loyalty And Trust  be Loved
    52. 52. blog / event facebook / exhibit / twitter / site / google+ scooop. it! museum paper.li research etc. internship debate curriculum + LinkedIn seminarconference heritage site ‘knowledge ecology’ app mobile issuu photo slideshare flipbook 3D / AR pinterest, etc video game
    53. 53. Permanent Betabe ready to adapt
    54. 54. Շնորհակալություն thank you! let’s keep in touch...theo@stichtingE30.nl @theomeereboer

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