Radical Collaboration: Tools for Inclusion

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This talk was developed by Nina Simon for the Our Museums convening in June 2014 in partnership with the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. The focus is on mechanisms for scaling up inclusive and participatory practice in museums and cultural institutions.

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Radical Collaboration: Tools for Inclusion

  1. 1. Nina Simon @ninaksimon Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History RADICAL COLLABORATION and tools for inclusion
  2. 2. santacruzmah.org
  3. 3. HOW CAN WE EMBED INCLUSIVE PRACTICE EVERYWHERE, FOR EVERYONE?
  4. 4. HOW CAN WE EMBED INCLUSIVE PRACTICE EVERYWHERE, FOR EVERYONE?
  5. 5. participation
  6. 6. social bridging
  7. 7. experimentation
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  11. 11. NOTE 1: A REVOLUTION IS NOT AN EXERCISE IN CONCENTRIC CIRCLES.
  12. 12. I'm closer to the stodgy traditional museum supporter than to the audiences you are currently trying to reach, but I strongly support your outreach and attempts to involve new communities. It is precisely because of that outreach that I finally became a museum member last year. There was no reason to do so before, since the museum was doing nothing. I still have little occasion to go to the museum, but I'm willing to support it as an important community resource.
  13. 13. NOTE 2: INVITE MEANINGFUL ACTION AT ALL LEVELS.
  14. 14. NOTE 3: BE RIGOROUS.
  15. 15. We produce programming Our mission is achieved (therefore give us money)
  16. 16. BRIDGING EMPOWERING
  17. 17. NOTE 4: EXPLOIT YOUR DISTINCTIVENESS.
  18. 18. NOTE 5: MAKE SPACE.
  19. 19. The average scientist, so far as I can make out, spends almost all his time working on problems which he believes will not be important and he also doesn't believe that they will lead to important problems. -Richard Hamming,“You andYour Research,” 1986 [
  20. 20. your turn OPINIONS/ @NINAKSIMON

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