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    • 1. Maritime Museum of Denmark Kulturemuseet Spinderihallerne Museum of Copenhagen Naturama Trapholt National Gallery of Denmark Welfare MuseumTojhusmuseet Montergarden
    • 2. Let’s go on a visitor’s journey
    • 3. What does a Museum look like? And what implications does this have?
    • 4. Who is the Museum for? • ‘…the typical Danish museum user is female, Danish, late middle-aged, well- educated and […] disproportionately from the Modern/Community-Orientated segment’ Falk, J. ‘Understanding museum visitors’ motivations and learning. In: Social learning spaces and knowledge producing processes’. • Who could it be? – Who is the potential audience?
    • 5. Museums can create new spaces
    • 6. How do we keep collections fresh and relevant?
    • 7. What is an object? And how do you interpret?
    • 8. What role do objects play?
    • 9. What do we want visitors to do at our objects – and how do we support them?
    • 10. What is the role of digital?
    • 11. What is an Immersive Experience?
    • 12. What is the learning philosophy? What is learning? cognitive, affective, social, personal, skills What is the Museum’s role in the learning landscape? how does it relate to school? how about families? What is it’s uniqueness?
    • 13. How do we support visitors - exhibition • Take historical and contemporary objects • Tell the stories of the people that made, used and were affected by them • Use rich media (text, images, AV) to bring the stories and content to life • Enrich with participatory practice • Extend the experience online Life-Enhancing Experience – a learning experience that it engaging, memorable and inspiring.
    • 14. How do we support visitors - Museum Judy Rand: Visitor Bill of Rights • "Meet my basic needs” • "Make it easy for me to find my way around.“ • "Make me feel welcome.“ • "I want to have fun!“ • "I came to spend time with my family and friends." • "Accept me for who I am and what I know.“ • "Help me understand, and let me talk, too.“ • "I want to learn something new.“ • "Let me choose; give me some control. Give me a challenge I know I can handle.“ • "Help me leave refreshed, restored."
    • 15. UK Situation Museum overview: • Predominantly audience – focussed • High awareness of exclusion – from museums, subject, society • Increasing emphasis on understanding audiences • Increasing participation practice • Connection into National conversations Drivers: • Funders - HLF/WT/Paul Hamlyn/businesses…. • Top-down – inspiring learning for all/ generic learning outcomes • Reduced funding & competition – ‘necessary not nice’, necessary not worthy’ • Networks – sharing practice • National agendas – – shortfall in STEM uptake – Comparitive performance against other countries – Disaffection – Youth Unemployment…and so on
    • 16. Maritime Museum of Denmark Kulturemuseet Spinderihallerne Museum of Copenhagen Naturama Trapholt National Gallery of Denmark Welfare MuseumTojhusmuseet Montergarden