The Participatory Museum, a slightly edited version

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This is a slightly altered version of a talk given about the book The Participatory Museum. This version includes examples from the Oakland Museum of California, the National Building Museum, and the Dutch Princessehof ceramics museum that are not in the other version of this slideshow.

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The Participatory Museum, a slightly edited version

  1. 1. A DISCUSSION WITH NINA SIMON nina@museumtwo.com @ninaksimon on twitter slides at http://bit.ly/ninabook1
  2. 2. Hi. My name is Nina, and I want to change museums.
  3. 3. traditionally, museums are visitor-agnostic ✴ destinations ✴ trusted sources of information ✴ places for seeing and exploring
  4. 4. i’m interested in museums that are visitor-centered ✴ destinations ✴ trusted sources of information ✴ places for seeing and exploring
  5. 5. i’m interested in museums that are visitor-centered ✴ places for everyday use ✴ trusted sources of information ✴ places for seeing and exploring
  6. 6. i’m interested in museums that are visitor-centered ✴ places for everyday use ✴ trusted hosts for social experiences ✴ places for seeing and exploring
  7. 7. i’m interested in museums that are visitor-centered ✴ places for everyday use ✴ trusted hosts for social experiences ✴ places for making and sharing
  8. 8. Authority is content provider
  9. 9. Authority is content provider Authority is platform provider
  10. 10. a participatory institution is a place where visitors can create, share, and connect with each other around content.
  11. 11. photo by beagleskin on Flickr
  12. 12. photo by beagleskin on Flickr as220 labs
  13. 13. how? ✴ places for everyday use ✴ trusted hosts for social experiences ✴ places for making and sharing
  14. 14. less like this more like this Photo by cybertoad on Flickr
  15. 15. Oakland Museum of California
  16. 16. Oakland Museum of California Oakland Museum of California Investigating Where We Live, National Building Museum
  17. 17. Worcester City Gallery and Museum
  18. 18. Worcester City Gallery and Museum
  19. 19. Worcester City Gallery and Museum
  20. 20. how? ✴ places for everyday use ✴ trusted hosts for social experiences ✴ places for making and sharing
  21. 21. Science Museum of Minnesota Photo by Terry Gydesen
  22. 22. Advice, University of Washington
  23. 23. I’ve never had a gay friend. It was unbelievably exciting to find myself facing him with his body, opinions and identity. It seems he was not very different from me and especially he was not an alien. From now on, I will not disrupt my communication with the gays, I will enhance it. - Reader in Istanbul, 2007
  24. 24. how? ✴ places for everyday use ✴ trusted hosts for social experiences ✴ places for making and sharing
  25. 25. there are many ways to participate Stanford Art Center upper: chicago children’s museum Minnesota History Museum lower: Science Museum of Minnesota
  26. 26. which techniques fit your mission? Stanford Art Center upper: chicago children’s museum Minnesota History Museum lower: Science Museum of Minnesota
  27. 27. Princessehof
  28. 28. Princessehof
  29. 29. A DISCUSSION WITH NINA SIMON nina@museumtwo.com @ninaksimon on twitter slides at http://bit.ly/ninabook1

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