Museum-iD magazine, Issue 22


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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.



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Articles featured in issue 22

#FutureMuseum Project
The 21st Century Museum: A Think-tank for Community – Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell, Curator and Museum Education Specialist, Washington, D.C.; From Voice of Authority to Genuine Conversation – Elizabeth Cotton, Head of Human History, Auckland War Memorial Museum – Tamaki Paenga Hira, New Zealand; Recovering Our Human Sensibilities – Diana Chen, Gallery Lecturer, MoMA, New York; Museums as Agents of Change – Mike Murawski, Director of Education & Public Programs, Portland Art Museum; Experience-Driven, People-Centred – Dana Mitroff Silvers, Founder and Director, Designing Insights; Opportunity for New Audiences – Catherine Devine, Chief Digital Officer, American Museum of Natural History; Focus on School Programmes – Amy McDowall, Primary Learning Coordinator, Manchester Museum; Museums Must Take the Ethical Path – Bridget McKenzie, Director, Flow Associates; A Maturing of Immersive Experiences – Jenny Kidd, Senior Lecturer, Cardiff University / Co-Director, Digital Media & Society Research Group

Museum of the Year 2018
Art Fund announces the five UK museums which have been selected as finalists for the £100,000 Museum of the Year 2018 prize

Royal Academy of Arts, London
Transformational redevelopment opens up Royal Academy of Arts to reveal more of the elements that make it such a unique institution

Improving Digital Offerings for Schools
Kevin Bickham on how user-centred design methodologies are helping to improve the British Museum’s offering for schools

M+ Rover: Participatory Art in Learning
Winnie Lai on the travelling creative studio and exhibition space that tours local secondary schools and community spaces in Hong Kong

The RE:THINK Participatory Space
Joanna Salter on paving the way for a democratic approach to interpretation and interaction with visitors at the National Maritime Museum

Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
Groundbreaking home-turned-gallery has been subtly transformed by a carefully conceived and delightful extension and development

SAASCC, Kuwait City
Discover how you successfully deliver the world’s largest ever museum complex completed in a single phase

Innovation Accelerator
Tui Te Hau on the growing trend in museums to partner with industry and entrepreneurs to fast track innovation

New Canadian History Hall
Chantal Amyot and Lisa Leblanc on developing new ways of sharing and presenting stories and responding to visitor expectations

Making Glasgow Women’s Library
Adele Patrick on how art, activism and feminist agency has shaped the first quarter century of the ground-breaking organisation

Project Portfolio
Exceptional projects including the Middle East Galleries at the Penn Museum, and Ocean Liners: Speed & Style at the V&A

Post-Colonial Commonwealth Museums
Richard Benjamin on how cultures, stories and material objects are represented in a museum context within the Commonwealth

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