Renowned for original and authoriative articles by world-class contributors, in-depth features, high-profile interviews, stunning photography and high production values, Museum-iD magazine is published three times a year and couples forward-looking content with contemporary design.
Museum-iD presents a stimulating, enriching and transformative mix of ideas and opinions from leading museum innovators and shares the latest concepts and developments from museums globally. Packed with fresh insights and new ideas you can share directly with your colleagues, Museum-iD will add tremendous value to your current work – and more importantly is an active investment in the future and what you choose to do next.
Committed to sharing innovative museum theory and practice, Museum-iD is the centre of a global network of like-minded museum peers interested in a more open and progressive approach to professional inquiry. You’ll benefit from the latest ideas from leading curators, collections specialists, conservation staff, audience development professionals, educators, digital pioneers, exhibition designers and developers, leaders and directors. We’re interested in the cross-fertilisation of exceptional ideas in museums globally. We want our readers to learn from – and be inspired by – different perspectives outside their specialism and locality.
Museum-iD publishes original and authoritative articles by world-leading museum professionals, in-depth project features and high-profile interviews. Issue 16 published in August 2014 – contributors include:
• Silvia Filippini-Fantoni, Director of Interpretation, Media & Evaluation, Indianapolis Museum of Art
• Yen Trinh, Experience Design Manager, Queensland Museum, Australia
• Robert Stein, Deputy Director, Dallas Museum of Art
• Seb Chan, Director of Digital & Emerging Media, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
• Pille Runnel, Research Director, Estonian National Museum
• Katherine Biggs – Education Manager: Digital Learning Programmes, British Museum
• Hadrian Ellory-van Dekker, Head of Collections, Science Museum, London
• Hannah Fox, Project Manager, Re:Make the Museum, Derby’s Silk Mill, Derby Museums Trust
• Anna Salaman, Head of Formal Learning, National Maritime Museum, London
• Andrea Cunningham, Head of Informal Learning, National Maritime Museum, London
• Polly Richards, Exhibitions Interpretation Curator, National Maritime Museum, London
Projects featured in issue 16 include: 9/11 Memorial Museum, NYC; Imperial War Museum, London – new atrium and First World War galleries; Museum of Innocence, Istanbul; National Archaeological Museum, Madrid; Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, Santiago; Museo de Ciencias Ambientales, Mexico; Disobedient Objects, V&A; Rubbish Collection Exhibition, Science Museum, London; British Postal Museum & Archives, London; Digital Revolution, Barbican, London; Art Fund Museum of the Year
“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 internationally”
— Linda Duke, Director, Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, US
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