Educator or Edupunk
Educator or Edupunk
Educator or Edupunk
Educator or Edupunk
Educator or Edupunk     BEYOND K-12 BEYOND OBJECT-BASED “GROPING FOR WORDS”
Panelists:            Associate            Educator            Lab Programs,            MoMAAssociate Educator, Lab Progra...
Panelists:                        Associate                        Educator                        Lab Programs,          ...
Panelists:                       Associate                       Educator                       Lab Programs,             ...
Panelists:            Associate            Educator            Lab Programs,            MoMAAssociate Educator, Lab Progra...
Department of Education                            MoMADisruption in Education       at MoMA         Sarah KennedyAssociat...
OpenExperimentalDynamicActive
DISRUPTION              TOOL    ENVIRONMENT   EDUCATOR                            LEARNERS                     TOOL       ...
Participation – Engagement – PlayEnvironment
Community – Exchange – Experiential
Collaboration with artistsMildred’s Lane
Learners - PublicsArtist - Educator
Conversation                                +                             Exchange                            Online/onsit...
TOOLS and RESOURCES
Integrating traditional + digital technology                              Photo courtesy of Martin Seck
Using resources creatively as tools forlearning + experimentation
Generative – Creativity - Expression                         Photo courtesy of Martin Seck
MoMA Online Courses                            Current OfferingsArt History Courses:- 5 Puzzles of Contemporary Art (New)-...
Student feedback and evaluationSuccess indicators:• 90% of students report courses enhance knowledgeand appreciation of mo...
MoMA Online Courses       Student Interaction
MoMA Online Courses                                      EnrollmentStudent enrollment growth by fiscal year :
Self-Organizing Students
Ryan Hill, Director of Digital Learning ProgramsHirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington...
• Garden view of Hirshhorn with arrows to  point out:• 1. ARTLAB+• 2. HMSG• 3. Lerner Room
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUaaExg4EyE&feature=relmfu
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Reports onDigital Media and LearningThese reports, published by the MIT ...
HANGING OUT   MESSING   GEEKING              AROUND    OUTFriend                  Interest DrivenDriven
HANGING OUT   MESSING   GEEKING              AROUND    OUTFriend                  Interest DrivenDriven
HANGING OUT   MESSING   GEEKING              AROUND    OUTFriend                  Interest DrivenDriven
artlabplus.si.edu
Panelist:                       Associate                       Educator                       Lab Programs,              ...
infiltration:12 Steps forimplementingChange/Collaboration/GOOD IDEAS©                Educator or Edupunk:                S...
You h      a d to             b e th                    ere.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE7-2XWGNk4
theory of changefear based/ self-assuredscarcity/ abundancelittle/ bigi/ we
infiltration:12 Steps for Implementing Change/Collaboration/GOOD IDEAS©  1.Prepare the Space     (Who? Why? What? When? Wh...
youhave to bethere!curating experiencescreating moments
see +do +share+repeat(in order?)
Dusty Lantern Slide Archive 2010
thank you!Sandra Jackson-DumontDeputy Director for Education + Public Program | Adjunct CuratorSeattle Art Museum
Questions
Assumptions:1) That questions of equality, possibility, andculture are already tied up with power andcapital
Assumptions:1) That questions of equality, possibility, andculture are already tied up with power andcapital2) And if EDUP...
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Museum Computer Network (MCN) 2012
Seattle, Wa November 8, 2012

Educator or Edupunk? Shifting Roles for Museum Educators Embracing Disruptive Technologies

Moderator: Rosanna Flouty
Director of Education, Art21
www.art21.org


#mcn2012edu

This session identifies disruptive technologies in technology-based, experimental museum spaces as an evolved practice in museum education. The goal of this panel is to address ways to proactively identify and serve new audiences, and underlines how museum education departments are well-positioned to lead a radical charge for technology-based, informal learning, both online and offline.

Resisting non-productive or alarmist charges against the backdrop of the national education system in crisis, three museum-based case studies from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and two others will demonstrate how radical practice within museum education are provoking revised terms for defining outreach, community, and audience through disruptive technologies.

Session Description: (500 words)

Traditional ‘programming’ and informal ‘community outlets’ have indeed broadened, deepened and diversified audiences in museums. The field must now consider new strategies for engaging audiences with increased expectations as informal learners, both online and offline. As traditional museum educators mine the spectrum between formalized and informalized education, a new breed of museum educators are inspired by open-source/DIY/crowd-sourced initiatives, and motivated by “edupunk” methodologies that upturn traditional museum education practices beyond K-12 school visits through disruptive technologies. These include, but are not limited to: on-site laboratory spaces, online courses, expansive social media programming, and community-based practices to reach audiences that rarely otherwise visit museums.
Three case studies explore issues of shifting perspectives on visitor identity and internal advocacy for experimental learning spaces, and also chart new territory for museum education as a vital and critical force for institutional change.

Co-Presenters:

Sarah Kennedy, Associate Educator, Lab Programs (MoMA)

Sandra Jackson-DuMont, Kayla Skinner Deputy Director for Education + Public Programs/Adjunct Curator (SAM)

Ryan Hill, Director of Digital Learning Programs, ARTLAB+, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

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  • This is the history of the development of the Hirshhorn’s YOUmedia space, but even more it’s a story about being an internal advocate as a YOUmedia project leader.
  • The MacArthur research is based on an ambitious 3 year ethnographic study of how young people are living and learning with new media at home, in after school programs and in online spaces. The research is specifically focused on peer-based learning and not more formal learning in schools. A combination of research and funding goes a long way in validating educaiton programmming in a museum. It works well with the model of curation and conservation.
  • This research outlined a strategy for engaing youth using digital media. In a simple way it isolated three genres of ways youth participate in their own learning Hanging out – activites that are friend driven and social, examples Messing around – low risk activities that are independent and explore potential interests Geeking out – activities that are driven by interest and the need to level up expertise Museums tend to soley on the Getting Out because it reflects the institutions own interests and expertise
  • This research outlined a strategy for engaing youth using digital media. In a simple way it isolated three genres of ways youth participate in their own learning Hanging out – activites that are friend driven and social, examples Messing around – low risk activities that are independent and explore potential interests Geeking out – activities that are driven by interest and the need to level up expertise Museums tend to soley on the Getting Out because it reflects the institutions own interests and expertise
  • This research outlined a strategy for engaing youth using digital media. In a simple way it isolated three genres of ways youth participate in their own learning Hanging out – activites that are friend driven and social, examples Messing around – low risk activities that are independent and explore potential interests Geeking out – activities that are driven by interest and the need to level up expertise Museums tend to soley on the Getting Out because it reflects the institutions own interests and expertise
  • Dorchester Project (slide lantern archive housed in larger wood paneled structure + dr. wax collection housed in small square building on the left.)
  • The Glass Lantern Slide Archive Relocation University of Chicago's Art History Department glass slide collection For reuse as performance material, research and speculation Approximately 60,000 images November 2009 6 tons The Dorchester Project Acquisition of an Abandoned 2 story property for reuse as a Library, Slide Archive and Soul Food Kitchen
  • Theaster leafing through Dr. Wax Collection at Dorchester Project
  • Educator or Edupunk: Shifting Roles for Museum Educators Embracing Disruptive Technologies w/Rosanna Flouty at MCN 2012

    1. 1. Educator or Edupunk
    2. 2. Educator or Edupunk
    3. 3. Educator or Edupunk
    4. 4. Educator or Edupunk
    5. 5. Educator or Edupunk BEYOND K-12 BEYOND OBJECT-BASED “GROPING FOR WORDS”
    6. 6. Panelists: Associate Educator Lab Programs, MoMAAssociate Educator, Lab Programs The Museum of Modern Art
    7. 7. Panelists: Associate Educator Lab Programs, MoMADirector of Digital Learning Programs, ARTLAB+ Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
    8. 8. Panelists: Associate Educator Lab Programs, MoMAKayla Skinner Deputy Director for Education + Public Programs/Adjunct Curator Seattle Art Museum
    9. 9. Panelists: Associate Educator Lab Programs, MoMAAssociate Educator, Lab Programs The Museum of Modern Art
    10. 10. Department of Education MoMADisruption in Education at MoMA Sarah KennedyAssociate Educator, Lab Programs The Museum of Modern Art
    11. 11. OpenExperimentalDynamicActive
    12. 12. DISRUPTION TOOL ENVIRONMENT EDUCATOR LEARNERS TOOL Photo: http://blog.bekahbrunstetter.com
    13. 13. Participation – Engagement – PlayEnvironment
    14. 14. Community – Exchange – Experiential
    15. 15. Collaboration with artistsMildred’s Lane
    16. 16. Learners - PublicsArtist - Educator
    17. 17. Conversation + Exchange Online/onsite@MoMATalksMoMA talks, you talk back
    18. 18. TOOLS and RESOURCES
    19. 19. Integrating traditional + digital technology Photo courtesy of Martin Seck
    20. 20. Using resources creatively as tools forlearning + experimentation
    21. 21. Generative – Creativity - Expression Photo courtesy of Martin Seck
    22. 22. MoMA Online Courses Current OfferingsArt History Courses:- 5 Puzzles of Contemporary Art (New)- Modern Art: 1880-1945- Modern and Contemporary Art: 1945-1989Studio Courses:- Materials and Techniques of Postwar Abstract Painting- Experimenting with Collage
    23. 23. Student feedback and evaluationSuccess indicators:• 90% of students report courses enhance knowledgeand appreciation of modern art “The combination of compelling lectures with the online gallery tours and the interaction with the other students from around the world was really enlightening and provocative.” - Eda Holmes, Toronto, Canada“I really feel transformed after taking this course. I was delighted with all theinformation available, the quality of the videos and the educator’s skills to expressthe artist’s message, their background and their lives’ circumstances. I learned andenjoyed with the discussion forums. People from all over the world sharingknowledge, experience, point of views!”– M. Garcia, Caracas, Venezuela, Modern Art:1880-1945 online courses student
    24. 24. MoMA Online Courses Student Interaction
    25. 25. MoMA Online Courses EnrollmentStudent enrollment growth by fiscal year :
    26. 26. Self-Organizing Students
    27. 27. Ryan Hill, Director of Digital Learning ProgramsHirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC
    28. 28. • Garden view of Hirshhorn with arrows to point out:• 1. ARTLAB+• 2. HMSG• 3. Lerner Room
    29. 29. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUaaExg4EyE&feature=relmfu
    30. 30. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Reports onDigital Media and LearningThese reports, published by the MIT press,present findings from current research onhow young people learn, play, socialize, andparticipate in civic life.The reports result from research projectsfunded by the Macarthur Foundation as partof its $50 million initiative in digital media andlearning.
    31. 31. HANGING OUT MESSING GEEKING AROUND OUTFriend Interest DrivenDriven
    32. 32. HANGING OUT MESSING GEEKING AROUND OUTFriend Interest DrivenDriven
    33. 33. HANGING OUT MESSING GEEKING AROUND OUTFriend Interest DrivenDriven
    34. 34. artlabplus.si.edu
    35. 35. Panelist: Associate Educator Lab Programs, MoMAKayla Skinner Deputy Director for Education + Public Programs/Adjunct Curator Seattle Art Museum
    36. 36. infiltration:12 Steps forimplementingChange/Collaboration/GOOD IDEAS© Educator or Edupunk: Shifting Roles for Museum Educators Embracing Disruptive Technologies Nov. 8, 2012 Sandra Jackson-Dumont Seattle Art Museum
    37. 37. coolcopaseticDOPEsweetFLYeasy100/ DIMESWAGintegritygraceSandra Jackson-Dumont copyright 2010© 
    38. 38. You h a d to b e th ere.
    39. 39. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE7-2XWGNk4
    40. 40. theory of changefear based/ self-assuredscarcity/ abundancelittle/ bigi/ we
    41. 41. infiltration:12 Steps for Implementing Change/Collaboration/GOOD IDEAS© 1.Prepare the Space (Who? Why? What? When? Where?... So that?) 2.Be Intentional 3.Find the Choir/Disciples + Distribute Leadership 4.Develop Rules of Engagement/Reciprocity 5.Fly Under the Radar 6.Let Your Hair Down 7.Create an Ecosystem 8.Recruit the Unusual Suspects 9.Send the Disciples 10.Market Internally + Externally 11.Look at the Facts 12.Don’t Forget Your Mission! Sandra Jackson-Dumont copyright 2010©
    42. 42. youhave to bethere!curating experiencescreating moments
    43. 43. see +do +share+repeat(in order?)
    44. 44. Dusty Lantern Slide Archive 2010
    45. 45. thank you!Sandra Jackson-DumontDeputy Director for Education + Public Program | Adjunct CuratorSeattle Art Museum
    46. 46. Questions
    47. 47. Assumptions:1) That questions of equality, possibility, andculture are already tied up with power andcapital
    48. 48. Assumptions:1) That questions of equality, possibility, andculture are already tied up with power andcapital2) And if EDUPUNK is about people, thenthinking about the intersection of spaces whereculture and capital collide offers newpossibilities for the role of museums ineducation.

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