Crowdsourcing the city

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"Crowdsourcing the city", occasion: MuseumNext 2013. (Marijke Oosterbroek, Hester Gersonius, Amsterdam,May 14, 2013)

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Crowdsourcing the city

  1. 1. Crowdsourcing the city Marijke Oosterbroek m.oosterbroek@amsterdammuseum.nl /moosterbroek Hester Gersonius h.gersonius@amsterdammuseum.nl /hestergersonius
  2. 2. Memory of North Memory of South Memory of West Memory of East Hart
  3. 3. Memory of North Memory of East Memory of South Memory of West Hart
  4. 4. Memory of North Memory of East Memory of South Memory of West Hart
  5. 5. AM 2020
  6. 6. The Amsterdam Museum brings the history of the city to life for a large and diverse audience. The Amsterdam Museum challenges residents and visitors to deepen their relationship with the city. Mission
  7. 7. In 2020, the Amsterdam Museum is an open and accessible museum that increases bonding with and between the diverse population groups of Amsterdam and acts as 'meeting point' of the city. We want to achieve this by putting on target specific exhibitions, activities and events, both within and outside the walls of the museum. Vision
  8. 8. 1. Inviting; the museum is as open and transparent as possible 2. Narrative; the museum uses accessible and attractive techniques to tell the story 3. Participatory; visitors are mobilized to participate and add their own ideas and stories to those of the city and the museum 4. Binding; the museum makes a contribution to the binding of the residents with their city and between the residents themselves 5. Sustainability; the museum invests in long-term yields Key concepts
  9. 9. • • "You need to shoot, otherwist you can't score." • "Every downside, has is upside." • "They may not hang beautiful goals in a museum, but it’s still art." Cruijffian statements
  10. 10. What's next?

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