HACKING
the <gallery>
moving GLAMs from consumption to creation
kat braybrooke | curation design lead | mozilla
2
Article quote: Museums and me: Junction's
top tips for engaging young people,
Guardian UK. Image: Guerilla Girls
as we k...
what if galleries looked less like this…
Photos: J-No, Tamara Craiu
and more like this?
DRAFTSMEN'S CONGRESS
7TH BERLIN BIENNALE
DRAFTSMEN'S CONGRESS
7TH BERLIN BIENNALE
and this…
6DRAFTSMEN'S CONGRESS
7TH BERLIN BIENNALE
and this?
and what if
museums
looked
less like
this…
https://guerillagirls.com
GUERRILLA GIRLS
8
and more like this?
Summer Quest Maker Party
Hive Learning Networks, NYC
http://hivelearningnetworks.org
9
and this…
Mozilla Festival 2013, London
http://mozillafestival.org
Photo: Soumya Deb
10
and this?
Tate Digital Collectives
“We Are All Artists” | “Cutty Lingo”
http://collectives.tate.org.uk
11
what if GLAMS moved from
consumption
to creation?
GLAM: Acronym for cultural
heritage organizations. Gallery,
Library, ...
*first, a bit about me!
http://shehackers.kaibray.com/
from researching
hackers…
http://design.okfn.org
to working and learning
with them…
to making the web with mozilla!
webmaker: tools, curriculum and communities
dedicated to teaching web mechanics and citize...
16
what binds all this work together?
learning
through making.
"One of the things the
Internet has given us is a
complete abundance of
knowledge, expertise
and social connectivity...
so...
“a hacker is someone who explores
the limits of what is possible, in a
spirit of playful cleverness.”
RICHARD STALLMAN, HA...
19
“an artist is someone who explores the
limits of skill and creative imagination
to produce aesthetic objects.”
Definiti...
20
hacker = artist?
artist = hacker?
gallery = hackerspace?
hackerspace = gallery?
OHANDA.ORG
FABLABNETWORK.ORG
WEBMAKER.ORG
learning through making
in digital communities
“REMIX”, LAWRENCE LESSIG
http://remix.lessig.org
“ I strongly suggest we transcend RO (read
only) cultures and instead set...
23The People’s Platform,
ASTRA TAYLOR
“we need new social and cultural
protocols for a networked age.”
cultural heritage organizations are starting
to use some of these creation and remix
methods to empower new audiences…
Van...
by learning through making
in the gallery…
Images thanks to TATE Digital Studio, gif of “Miss
Cicely Alexander” portrait by James Abbott Mcneill
Whistler by Gif My A...
and a curriculum pack
that shares cultural
heritage remix activities
with new audiences.
28
in the library…
and learning through making
Vancouver Public
Library’s
Inspiration Lab:
an experiment in
“libraries 3.0”
30Image of a pop-up Maker Party thanks
to Hive Learning Networks Flickr.
And a Hive Learning
Networks Pop-Up at
the VPL th...
31
and learning through making
in the museum!
from this SF
MOMA site…
Original SF MOMA website
to this!
Culturejammed version by
digital artist MAX CAPACITY
34
let’s use anthropology
back to the galleries…
to bring nontraditional audiences
but first, it’s time to flex your
hacking powers and curate
The Royal BC Museum …
royalbcmuseum.bc.ca
goggles.webmaker.org
let’s go to goggles.webmaker.org and get making!
37
replace the featured images with your own
and think about your audience - what’s their culture?
a good openly licensed
...
38
to pick an image, click on “View All Sizes”
right-click on a size, and toggle “Copy Image Location.”
39
go back to the BC Museum xray goggles page…
and replace a BC Museum image w/your own.
BC Museum homepage status: hacked!
join me at mozfest
in london this october!
proposals due 22 August:
MozfestArtOfTheWeb.tumblr.com
inspired?
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  1. 1. HACKING the <gallery> moving GLAMs from consumption to creation kat braybrooke | curation design lead | mozilla
  2. 2. 2 Article quote: Museums and me: Junction's top tips for engaging young people, Guardian UK. Image: Guerilla Girls as we know, GLAMs continue to have trouble engaging non-traditional audiences in a meaningful way…
  3. 3. what if galleries looked less like this… Photos: J-No, Tamara Craiu
  4. 4. and more like this? DRAFTSMEN'S CONGRESS 7TH BERLIN BIENNALE
  5. 5. DRAFTSMEN'S CONGRESS 7TH BERLIN BIENNALE and this…
  6. 6. 6DRAFTSMEN'S CONGRESS 7TH BERLIN BIENNALE and this?
  7. 7. and what if museums looked less like this… https://guerillagirls.com GUERRILLA GIRLS
  8. 8. 8 and more like this? Summer Quest Maker Party Hive Learning Networks, NYC http://hivelearningnetworks.org
  9. 9. 9 and this… Mozilla Festival 2013, London http://mozillafestival.org Photo: Soumya Deb
  10. 10. 10 and this? Tate Digital Collectives “We Are All Artists” | “Cutty Lingo” http://collectives.tate.org.uk
  11. 11. 11 what if GLAMS moved from consumption to creation? GLAM: Acronym for cultural heritage organizations. Gallery, Library, Archive and Museum.
  12. 12. *first, a bit about me!
  13. 13. http://shehackers.kaibray.com/ from researching hackers…
  14. 14. http://design.okfn.org to working and learning with them…
  15. 15. to making the web with mozilla! webmaker: tools, curriculum and communities dedicated to teaching web mechanics and citizenship.
  16. 16. 16 what binds all this work together? learning through making.
  17. 17. "One of the things the Internet has given us is a complete abundance of knowledge, expertise and social connectivity... so the question is, how can we use the capacity of these networks to bring people together who want to learn together?" MIMI ITO, CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGIST CONNECTEDLEARNING.TV
  18. 18. “a hacker is someone who explores the limits of what is possible, in a spirit of playful cleverness.” RICHARD STALLMAN, HACKER AND ACTIVIST Free Software Foundation and GNU Project founder Photo: Jared and Corin
  19. 19. 19 “an artist is someone who explores the limits of skill and creative imagination to produce aesthetic objects.” Definition: Merriam Websters dictionary Photo: Hive Learning Networks, NYC Maker Party
  20. 20. 20 hacker = artist? artist = hacker? gallery = hackerspace? hackerspace = gallery?
  21. 21. OHANDA.ORG FABLABNETWORK.ORG WEBMAKER.ORG learning through making in digital communities
  22. 22. “REMIX”, LAWRENCE LESSIG http://remix.lessig.org “ I strongly suggest we transcend RO (read only) cultures and instead set precedents for the legality of RW (read write) cultures.”
  23. 23. 23The People’s Platform, ASTRA TAYLOR “we need new social and cultural protocols for a networked age.”
  24. 24. cultural heritage organizations are starting to use some of these creation and remix methods to empower new audiences… Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam Photo: Jan Tito, Flickr
  25. 25. by learning through making in the gallery…
  26. 26. Images thanks to TATE Digital Studio, gif of “Miss Cicely Alexander” portrait by James Abbott Mcneill Whistler by Gif My Ass 1840s GIF party at the TATE
  27. 27. and a curriculum pack that shares cultural heritage remix activities with new audiences.
  28. 28. 28 in the library… and learning through making
  29. 29. Vancouver Public Library’s Inspiration Lab: an experiment in “libraries 3.0”
  30. 30. 30Image of a pop-up Maker Party thanks to Hive Learning Networks Flickr. And a Hive Learning Networks Pop-Up at the VPL this October…
  31. 31. 31 and learning through making in the museum!
  32. 32. from this SF MOMA site… Original SF MOMA website
  33. 33. to this! Culturejammed version by digital artist MAX CAPACITY
  34. 34. 34 let’s use anthropology back to the galleries… to bring nontraditional audiences
  35. 35. but first, it’s time to flex your hacking powers and curate The Royal BC Museum … royalbcmuseum.bc.ca goggles.webmaker.org
  36. 36. let’s go to goggles.webmaker.org and get making!
  37. 37. 37 replace the featured images with your own and think about your audience - what’s their culture? a good openly licensed image repository: http://flickr.com/ thecommons
  38. 38. 38 to pick an image, click on “View All Sizes” right-click on a size, and toggle “Copy Image Location.”
  39. 39. 39 go back to the BC Museum xray goggles page… and replace a BC Museum image w/your own.
  40. 40. BC Museum homepage status: hacked!
  41. 41. join me at mozfest in london this october! proposals due 22 August: MozfestArtOfTheWeb.tumblr.com inspired?
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