Introducing: Museum Why Afternoon sessions
With the aim of creating an open and informal learning platform for sharing and discussing knowledge, Museum Why introduces the Afternoon Sessions – a new series of open-for-all webinars calling attention to specific concerns deriving from Museum Why’s three main focus areas; Infrastructure, Decoloniality and Sustainability.
First Afternoon Session Dissecting infrastructure – the spatial and digital interconnections between heritage and future is scheduled on 3 February 2022, 2-4 pm UTC+1 and features presentations by M. Phil. and architect Tom Duncan, Post doc and anthropologist Margareta von Oswald and curator Matylda Krzykowski. Everyone is warmly welcome to join!
Please find the teams-link here: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_YjJiMzY2NDMtNDI3Mi00MDhmLTlmOWEtYzA3NDhjMzIwNDUx%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%223e85874b-2d85-4c47-ab4c-d44ae5644292%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2288a7c494-3e16-485e-9fe6-3fa0ad4c94aa%22%7d
Seminar 25-26 November 2021 at Trondheim Kunstmuseum: Towards a Future Museum Glossary: A for Ability, T for Trust
A for accessability C for communication C for community H for health N for necessities O for operation P for play P for politics P for product P for presence P for participation R for repository S for surprise T for trust T for thing T for together V for value Z for zzzzz
Through a programme of lectures, workshops and discussions the seminar Towards a Future Museum Glossary: A for Ability, T for Trust aims to help museums and their audiences speak about the museum, its duties and purpose in the future, and to better understand their respective roles and the basis of their interaction.
The starting point for the seminar is a desire to initiate a performance of a new vocabulary for the museum of the future, a vocabulary that adapts to the needs of both the institution and the general public.
See the full programme and get tickets here
Next public seminar will be hosted by Malmö Konstmuseum and will take place in 2022.