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Complexity Theory and Museums

I had the honor of being a keynote speaker at the MuseumNext conference in Melbourne Australia in 2017.  The paper I delivered in both on their website and uploaded and linked here.

Layering in Place, a one hour video with Janet Kamien forFundacion TyPA training in November 2011

This video held in Buenos Aires was part of a training session held in Buenos Aires in November 2011.  My co-teacher is Janet Kamien who was there as a Fulbright Scholar.

Forward to the Book "Hot Topics, Public Culture, Museums" by Fiona Cameron and Lynbda Kelly

This Book written in Australia after a conference on the same topic and after of years of research is a useful reminders about the power museums have in presenting difficult material.  I wrote

Layering in Place (in English and Spanish)

Layering in Place is the title of a workshop that I conduct in many countries and many contexts.  The concept incorporates audience segmentation, and exhibition changes that act as overlays.&n

Maria Valchou: A blog "Musing on Culture"

Maria Valchou: A blog “Musing on Culture”on Sept 14 2014 writes about Tilden, Cotton Dana and my writing.  I am honored to be in their company but especially recommend this blog to you because

NOODLING AROUND WITH EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES

NOODLING AROUND WITH EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES was first written for Exhibiting Cultures (ed. Steven D.

A REVIEW OF THE REINSTALLATION OF THE KELVINGROVE ART GALLERY AND MUSEUM, SCOTLAND

I was asked by the Journal Curator to review the opening and reinstallation of Kelvingrove in Glasgow Scotland.  The installation was created and supervised by Mark O’Neil and I think it break

The Pinterest Museum

In 2011, I was asked to speak at the museums conference in Norway.  I gave this paper called the Pinterest Museum about how the website Pinterest works and what it has to do with museums and t

POROUS : AGGREGATION, DIS-AGGREGATION AND RE-AGGREGATION: How Michael Hulme’s writings on climate change can affect the way museums think of their own work.

In 2011 I was asked by Fiona Cameron to join a panel in Australia to comment on the work of Mike Hulme, a climate scientist who was now working on helping institutions understand how to present pub

Linda Norris, The Uncatalogue Museum, A blog

Linda Norris is a museum consultant, author, teacher and general thinker whose work I admire.  Here is a blog posting where she mentions me but I would encourage you to read her many posts.&nb

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