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MIM Building a Museum

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  • 1. Musical Instrument Museum
    Creating a Museum
    from the Ground Up
  • 2.
  • 3. The 3 ‘News’
    New Building and Exhibitions
    New Collection
    New Institution
  • 4. Origins
    Minneapolis
    Planning and Design
    Brussels
    Origins
    Phoenix
    MIM Team
    Execution
  • 5. Phoenix
  • 6.
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  • 10. Building Program
    195,000 gross square feet
    60,000 net square feet of core galleries
    5000 changing exhibition space
    Special galleries: Artist, Mechanical Music and Experience
    Conservation Center
    Collection handling and storage
    299 seat Music Theater
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  • 16. Opening
    Apr 10
    80 fte
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    Exhibit install
    begins
    Oct 08
    Topping off
    Feb 09
    Construction begins
    Mar 08
    Tempe office
    Sep 07
    First acquisition
    Apr 07
    First hire Oct 06
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  • 24. Isabelle de Borchgrave
    Mannequins
    Louis Halleaux
    Phoenix
  • 25.
  • 26. The Mission and Vision
    MIM’s mandate is to be global, with instruments exhibited from every country of the world.
    MIM’s guest experience is primarily an experience of seeing and hearing music being played by people within their culture.
  • 27. The Mission and Vision
    MIM’s core guest experience is to be compelling enough to drive repeat visitation
    MIM is to appeal to all - to a wide range of visitors, much wider than ‘specialty’ museums normally do.
    Live performances in in the Music Theater will give guests an opportunity to hear the music from every corner of the globe.
  • 28. Speakers
    Christina Linsenmeyer
    Katie Anderson
    Irene Peters