Museum-iD magazine, Issue 10


Founded in 2009, Museum-iD magazine explores new ideas and developments in museums, galleries, archives and heritage sites around the world. With a progressive attitude and international approach, Museum-iD is renowned for original articles by world-class contributors, in-depth features, high-profile interviews, stunning photography and high production values. Museum-iD magazine is published biannually with a Spring issue in March and the Autumn issue in September. The publication is available in both print and digital editions and is committed to sharing innovative museum theory and practice in museums globally.



Renowned for original and authoritative articles by world-class contributors, in-depth features, high-profile interviews, stunning photography and high production values, Museum-iD has coupled forward-looking content with contemporary design to become the leading publication in the international museum sector.

“Museum/ID has become the place to go for fresh thinking, new ideas and interesting perspectives on the world of museums. I cannot recommend the magazine highly enough for professionals looking to gain an insight into the current trends which will define tomorrow’s museums”
Nicholas Poole, Chief Executive, The Collections Trust

“It’s hard to imagine an easier or more enjoyable way for a busy museum professional to stay up-dated on creative museum practices, both in the UK and internationally”
Linda Duke, Director, Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art

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Highlights of Vol.10 include:

• Major 36-page feature on the Future of Museums with contributions from senior professionals working in museums all over the world
• Part 2 of our Alternative Museum Establishment interview series with insights from museum innovators Lisa Junkin, Camilo Sanchez, and Peter Stott
• In-depth article from Sharon Ament, Director of Public Engagement at the Natural History Museum, London, on why museums have a vital role to play in the future of the planet
• Danny Birchall and Martha Henson of the Wellcome Trust on why making a good museum game means serious collaboration between game-makers and curators


Projects Profiles in Vol.10 of Museum-iD magazine:
New projects featured include the Waterloo Region in Canada and the new Galleries of Ancient Egypt and Nubia at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England.

The Special Feature in Vol.10 is a 14-page focus on Mobile Interpretation & Multimedia in Museums. Museums featured include Tate Modern; Henry Moore Foundation; Dutch Maritime Museum; Natural History Museum; Mary Rose Museum; Science Museum; National Maritime Museum; Science Centre in Tartu, Estonia.

Contributors to Vol.10 include:
Jakub Nowakowski, Ulf Grønvold, Levent Calikoglu, Georgia Krantz, Camilo Sanchez, Lin Stafne-Pfisterer, Christine Conciatori, Okpalanozie Ogechukwu, Clint Curle, Tracy Puklowski, Linda Duke, Corey Timpson, Peter Stott, Lisa Junkin, Fernando Almarza Rísquez, Sharon Ament, Victoria Okoloagu, Peter Skogh, Martha Henson, Danny Birchall, Stuart Gillis, Jesús Carrillo, Roy Clare, Nicholas Poole, David Fleming, Iain Watson, Tony Butler, Mona Rashid Bin Hussain, Mark Graham, Richard Freedman, Steph Mastoris, Julie Obermeyer, Adam Rozan, Ailsa Barry, Jean-Yves Gallardo, Gina Koutsika, Lucy Hockley, William Blair, Celia Dominguez


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