Wish You Were Here!
‘Affirmative, I poked one, it was dead’
Meeting robots @ Science Museum, London, UK
The best form of marketing
Wellcome Collection, London, UK
Out from Under – Exploring disability, identity and rights
2010 Vancouver Paralympic Games
Design meets architecture meets urban planning
Museum of Contemporary Art, Shenzen, China
Exploring identity and faith
Museum of Islamic Art, Doha
The War Table
Interactive Exhibit @ the Cabinet War Rooms, London, UK
The Pirate Shop – combined culture, museum, theatre , classroom and retail space
826 Valencia, Mission District, San Franc...
Creativity & Design Centre
Bangkok, Thailand
Guerilla Collecting
Chicago Underground Library, Chicago, US
Rich Online Retail Experiences
CultureLabel.com
The Living Museum
Greensboro, North Carolina, US
Urban, disruptive art playing with the museum concept
Banksy vs. Bristol Museum, Bristol, London
Urban, disruptive art playing with the museum concept
Banksy vs. Bristol Museum, Bristol, London
Urban, disruptive art playing with the museum concept
Banksy vs. Bristol Museum, Bristol, London
Reclaiming old media
New cultural museum space in the derelict Trouw Newspaper office, Amsterdam
Light at the end of the tunnel
Oliar Eliasson’s installation in the turbine hall, Tate Gallery
S-T-R-E-T-C-H Pop-up Museum
Central Shopping Centre, Leeds, UK
Museums are all these things and more....
Museums are playful, serious, creative....
Museums are incredible places....
Filled with incredible people....
Doing incredible things....
We’re in the joy
business...
We’re in the
peace
business...
We’re in the
respect
business...
We’re in the fun
business...
We’re in the
creativity
business...
We’re in the
tourism
business...
We’re in the
games business...
Museums are
amazing places...
But there’s so
much left to do!
More people don’t use
museums than do
We have to break out of
the 3 visits in a lifetime
model
We’re closed when
people are open
Online is no kind of
substitute
Digitisation without a
way of reaching your
audience is worse than
building a museum with
no doors
Copyright is not a good
enough reason not to do
something
Holding back the
processes of time and
decay has a huge
environmental cost
Many voices, many
stories
Museums work best
when they work as a
coherent unit (silos are
bad)
People who work in
museums are human
beings too
(Sometimes you need to
look up)
Museums are incredible places....
Filled with incredible people....
Doing incredible things....
Nick Poole
Collections Trust
www.collectionstrust.org.uk
Thank you for coming!
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  1. 1. Wish You Were Here!
  2. 2. ‘Affirmative, I poked one, it was dead’ Meeting robots @ Science Museum, London, UK
  3. 3. The best form of marketing Wellcome Collection, London, UK
  4. 4. Out from Under – Exploring disability, identity and rights 2010 Vancouver Paralympic Games
  5. 5. Design meets architecture meets urban planning Museum of Contemporary Art, Shenzen, China
  6. 6. Exploring identity and faith Museum of Islamic Art, Doha
  7. 7. The War Table Interactive Exhibit @ the Cabinet War Rooms, London, UK
  8. 8. The Pirate Shop – combined culture, museum, theatre , classroom and retail space 826 Valencia, Mission District, San Francisco, US
  9. 9. Creativity & Design Centre Bangkok, Thailand
  10. 10. Guerilla Collecting Chicago Underground Library, Chicago, US
  11. 11. Rich Online Retail Experiences CultureLabel.com
  12. 12. The Living Museum Greensboro, North Carolina, US
  13. 13. Urban, disruptive art playing with the museum concept Banksy vs. Bristol Museum, Bristol, London
  14. 14. Urban, disruptive art playing with the museum concept Banksy vs. Bristol Museum, Bristol, London
  15. 15. Urban, disruptive art playing with the museum concept Banksy vs. Bristol Museum, Bristol, London
  16. 16. Reclaiming old media New cultural museum space in the derelict Trouw Newspaper office, Amsterdam
  17. 17. Light at the end of the tunnel Oliar Eliasson’s installation in the turbine hall, Tate Gallery
  18. 18. S-T-R-E-T-C-H Pop-up Museum Central Shopping Centre, Leeds, UK
  19. 19. Museums are all these things and more....
  20. 20. Museums are playful, serious, creative....
  21. 21. Museums are incredible places....
  22. 22. Filled with incredible people....
  23. 23. Doing incredible things....
  24. 24. We’re in the joy business...
  25. 25. We’re in the peace business...
  26. 26. We’re in the respect business...
  27. 27. We’re in the fun business...
  28. 28. We’re in the creativity business...
  29. 29. We’re in the tourism business...
  30. 30. We’re in the games business...
  31. 31. Museums are amazing places...
  32. 32. But there’s so much left to do!
  33. 33. More people don’t use museums than do
  34. 34. We have to break out of the 3 visits in a lifetime model
  35. 35. We’re closed when people are open
  36. 36. Online is no kind of substitute
  37. 37. Digitisation without a way of reaching your audience is worse than building a museum with no doors
  38. 38. Copyright is not a good enough reason not to do something
  39. 39. Holding back the processes of time and decay has a huge environmental cost
  40. 40. Many voices, many stories
  41. 41. Museums work best when they work as a coherent unit (silos are bad)
  42. 42. People who work in museums are human beings too (Sometimes you need to look up)
  43. 43. Museums are incredible places....
  44. 44. Filled with incredible people....
  45. 45. Doing incredible things....
  46. 46. Nick Poole Collections Trust www.collectionstrust.org.uk Thank you for coming!

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