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"Wild" examples of participatory museum projects and related lessons, offered at MuseumNext in Newcastle on 23 Oct, 2009 by Nina Simon, Museum 2.0.

"Wild" examples of participatory museum projects and related lessons, offered at MuseumNext in Newcastle on 23 Oct, 2009 by Nina Simon, Museum 2.0.

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    • some other wild ideas about the participatory museum nina simon, museum 2.0
    • the participatory museum is a place where visitors can create, share, and connect with each other around content.
    • that can mean... Stanford Art Center upper: justletters Facebook lower: Science Museum of Minnesota
    • and it requires some changes old relationship new relationships Authority is content provider Authority is platform provider
    • why would you want to do this?
    • why would you want to do this? to validate and celebrate visitors’ meaning-making Minnesota History Center
    • why would you want to do this? to make museum content more relevant London Science Museum
    • why would you want to do this? to inspire creativity Victoria and Albert Museum
    • why would you want to do this? to make the museum a center for dialogue University of Washington
    • why would you want to do this? to make the museum a social space Keramiekmuseum Princessehof
    • how do the best ones work?
    • so how can you do it well? what are MUSEUM you about? what will these relationships look like? what do they need? visitors
    • seven wild ideas 1. be personal / i like museums + signtific 2. be creative / side trip + on the road 3. offer multiple engagement points / youtube 4. network the experience / facing mars + free2choose 5. give people real work / children of lodz ghetto 6. be honest / tech virtual 7. connect to known frameworks / living library
    • seven wild ideas 1. be personal / i like museums + signtific 2. be creative / side trip + on the road 3. offer multiple engagement points / youtube 4. network the experience / facing mars 5. give people real work / children of lodz ghetto 6. be honest / tech virtual 7. connect to known frameworks / living library
    • ilikemuseums.com
    • who are you relative to the museum? self-defined “you are what you do” play.signtific.org
    • seven wild ideas 1. be personal / i like museums + signtific 2. be creative / side trip + on the road 3. offer multiple engagement points / youtube 4. network the experience / facing mars + free2choose 5. give people real work / children of lodz ghetto 6. be honest / tech virtual 7. connect to known frameworks / living library
    • Denver Art Museum
    • Lowell National Historical Park
    • seven wild ideas 1. be personal / i like museums + signtific 2. be creative / side trip + on the road 3. offer multiple engagement points / youtube 4. network the experience / facing mars + free2choose 5. give people real work / children of lodz ghetto 6. be honest / tech virtual 7. connect to known frameworks / living library
    • don’t focus solely on creators... the vast majority of social media users are not creators
    • what makes YouTube different?
    • seven wild ideas 1. be personal / i like museums + signtific 2. be creative / side trip + on the road 3. offer multiple engagement points / youtube 4. network the experience / facing mars + free2choose 5. give people real work / children of lodz ghetto 6. be honest / tech virtual 7. connect to known frameworks / living library
    • Ontario Science Cenre
    • Free2Choose, Anne Frank House
    • seven wild ideas 1. be personal / i like museums + signtific 2. be creative / side trip + on the road 3. offer multiple engagement points / youtube 4. network the experience / facing mars + free2choose 5. give people real work / children of lodz ghetto 6. be honest / tech virtual 7. connect to known frameworks / living library
    • seven wild ideas 1. be personal / i like museums + signtific 2. be creative / side trip + on the road 3. offer multiple engagement points / youtube 4. network the experience / facing mars + free2choose 5. give people real work / children of lodz ghetto 6. be honest / tech virtual 7. connect to known frameworks / living library
    • seven wild ideas 1. be personal / i like museums + signtific 2. be creative / side trip + on the road 3. offer multiple engagement points / youtube 4. network the experience / facing mars + free2choose 5. give people real work / children of lodz ghetto 6. be honest / tech virtual 7. connect to known frameworks / living library
    • “Some of the most frequently asked questions were 'Do you have to be a bastard to get a job like yours?'”
    • what’s your idea?
    • contact me anytime nina@museumtwo.com http://www.museumtwo.com Slides are available here: http://www.slideshare.net/ninaksimon