Benefit from the creative ideas and valuable experience of over 150 leading museum innovators based in 16 countries across 6 continents. Museums Ideas 1 & 2 are substantial and authoritative 487-page volumes that bring together the best in contemporary museum thinking and practice globally. Packed with in-depth and insightful essays from highly-respected museum leaders, Museum Ideas Vols 1 & 2 explore the latest developments and concepts from museums across the world.
“Reading this collection of essays is the equivalent of attending graduate-level museum studies courses, taught by the best professors globally” – Adam Rozan, Harvard University (Museum Studies), United States
Comprehensive and compelling, the Museum Ideas book series contains a wealth of information in key areas such participatory practice, leading-edge digital innovation, original storytelling, interpretation and exhibition design, groundbreaking public engagement with inventive and inclusive programming, integrated visitor experiences, plus pioneering new thinking for audience development, sustainability, collections, leadership, curatorial practices and the future of museums.
With fresh insights you can take directly back to your team, Volumes 1 & 2 in the Museum Ideas book series will add tremendous value to your current work and is an active investment in the future and what you choose to do next. From opinion pieces and expository essays to in-depth practical case studies and fully-referenced articles on a wide range of topics, what unites these books is the quality of the contributors along with their desire to share valuable expertise and experience and explore innovative museum theory and practice. Over the course of 974 pages you’ll discover a host of exciting new ideas and be introduced to the wide-ranging opportunities available to you and your organisation.
Volume 3 is currently in pre-production and there is an open call for proposals for Volume 4. If you would like to contribute to future volumes, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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