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MIT AgeLab presentation (October 2012)


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MIT AgeLab presentation (October 2012)

  1. 1. Museums in an Aging SocietyPhilip M. Katz American Alliance of Museums October 5, 2012
  2. 2. Center for the Future of Museums text styles Click to edit MasterDesigned to ...• Prod museums to look to the future with a longer time frame.• Find, interpret, digest and deliver trends data.• Help museums collaborate with communities/society to address needs.• Cultivate connections between museums and all sectors.• Encourage risk-taking and innovation. @futureofmuseums
  3. 3. Are Museums Age-Ready? to edit Master text styles Click Visitors to SFMoMA (juicyrai at flickr)
  4. 4. Click to edit Master text stylesDecliningartsparticipationwith ageand cohortSource: Mark Stern, “Age and Arts Participation ...” (NEA, 2011)
  5. 5. Click to edit Master text stylesIn thecontext oflaggingdiversity (courtesy of Reach Advisors)
  6. 6. Click to edit Master text styles Source: VolunteerMatch, 2011And uncertaintyabout thepersistence of“traditional”patterns ofvolunteering Source: Center on Philanthropy, 2008andphilanthropy
  7. 7. Museums as Places to Age to edit Master text styles Click (msnbc via YouTube) (juicyrai at flickr)
  8. 8. Museums without Proximity? edit Master text styles Click to
  9. 9. Our trend resources Click to edit Master text stylesvisit CFM at
  10. 10. Contact details Click to edit Master text stylesPhilip M. KatzAssistant Director, ResearchAmerican Alliance of