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Ruth Cuadra

Newfields Director Charles Venable on His Data-Driven (and Maybe Crazy) Quest to Save t... - 2 views

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    In an era of greater entertainment opportunities with on-demand availability, people had begun chiefly seeking out cultural experiences that are defined by "fun." Museums, as traditionally construed, had become boring. Venable embraced this as gospel, and rethought the IMA from ground up.
Ruth Cuadra

A Los Angeles art museum is turning classic works into memes and sharing them on Snapch... - 4 views

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    Museums taking a humorous, some would say juvenile, approach to their own art to woo a younger audience is still virgin territory
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Ruth Cuadra

Museums: Temples of Delight - 2 views

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    Graphical summary of a detailed article that appeared in The Economist. A couple of interesting charts on demographics of museums-goers are included.
Karen Wade

Museum 2.0: Museum 2.0 Rerun: I Am An Elitist Jerk - 1 views

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    If you haven't seen Nina's blog this week, it's a "must read!" It's an important reminder that there are many different types of museum visitors out there, and while we should all provide access for a diversity of audiences, we don't want to forget those elitist jerks (especially since you and I may fall into that category more often than we'd like to admit).
Megan Conn

Live 20 More Years and You May Never Die, expert claims - 0 views

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    This seems so far fetched... but fascinating.   Would wreak some major havoc on our traditional audience model (kids, teens, adults, seniors). 
Karen Wade

Museum 2.0: Ancient Greece 2.0: Arts Participation before the Industrial Age - 1 views

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    As we see, crowdsourcing isn't new.
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