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LISTENING TO NEW VOICES, EMBRACING CHANGE and BANISHING SACRED COWS-
What can we learn from tomorrow’s leaders about how museums of the future should look? This session was presented to academics and museum professionals at the 2011 Ohio Museums Assn. Conference on the campus of Walsh University. I led a panel of Museum Studies students who shared their perspectives on the future of museums in the 21st century. Topics included innovative programming approaches, visitor interactions, social media, and confronting dominant paradigms to engage new and existing audiences.
Moderator: Jennifer Souers Chevraux, Adjunct Professor, Walsh University Museum Studies Program, Principal at Illumine Creative Solutions, and Publisher at MuseoBlogger