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By: Gregory Chamberlain(Editor)
487 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Comprehensive and compelling, this new volume contains a wealth of information in keys areas such as digital innovation, public engagement, exhibition design and development, integrated visitor experiences and new thinking for participatory museum practice.
Museum Ideas: Innovation in Theory and Practice shares the ideas and experience of many the world's leading museum thinkers and practitioners. From opinion pieces and expository essays to in-depth practical case studies and fully-referenced articles on a wide range of topics, what unites Museum Ideas: Innovation in Theory and Practice is the quality of the contributors along with their desire to share valuable expertise and experience and explore innovative museum theory and practice.
Designed for those interested in a progressive approach to professional inquiry and development, and informed by a global network of like-minded peers, Museum Ideas: Innovation in Theory and Practice delivers the latest ideas about exhibition development, participatory practice and inclusive programming, storytelling and interpretation, audience engagement and museum learning, adaptive leadership and delivering change, sustainability and the environment, curatorial practices and experimental new ways of collecting, the changing role of museums in society, open cultural data, crowdsourcing, immersive theatre, experience culture, augmented reality, apps and games – and much, much more.
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