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    • experience
    • appealing exhibit design?
    • ambiance?
    • fake food and beverages?
    • fresh coffee and tea?
    • dreamspace?
    • multi-media facilities?
    • shopping experience?
    • now what?
    • deaccessioning of objects without context create a clear storyline (based on the bible as a main theme) clear routing new exhibition program, based on stories from the bible, as a permanent exhibition objects function to illustrate the stories being told use interactive methods to tell the story, without becoming a “holyland-themepark” with rollercoaster use one room for temporary exhibitions, like the current Giotto exhibition connections and differences between other religions will be shown and discussed the influence of religion on (modern) society will be shown and discussed
    • how can we make the visit an experience?
    • The road to the new set-up will include: A professional exhibition designer will be hired to give the museum a new look, with respect for the original architecture of the building Emptying the entire museum for redecorating Deaccessioning of parts of the collection (Egypt etc) Restructuring of the shop and the cloakroom, the creation of a proper museum cafe/restaurant with outdoor-cafe in the garden The closure of the kitchens as part of the exhibition, they will be used as space for the restaurant instead Newly designed showcases, lightning, ekarv exhibition texts
    • the rooms in the museum will function as: exhibition rooms silence-room library interactive multimedia room restaurant/cafe shop cloakroom
    • use the strengths
    • new exhibition design play with light
    • temporary exhibitions
    • wouldn’t it be nice to have...
    • a beautiful library with a reading table
    • interactive media room
    • a ‘silence-room’
    • an appealing museum cafe
    • the garden as an extension of the museum cafe, a place to rest and enjoy the silence
    • excellent coffee and bites
    • high-tea with friends and family
    • museum-shop
    • fun gadgets and gifts
    • escapist realm: interactive exhibitions, silence-room, museum-cafe esthetic realm: experiencing the building and well designed exhibitions educational realm: absorbing information by interactive multimedia exhibit-design entertainment realm: listen to and watch the multi-media programs escapist esthetic educational entertainment experience