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Exhibition and Interpretation

Chaos in the Museum a UK conference 2014

Nick Bell reviews the Chaos in the Museum conference in Eye Magazine Friday, 10:00 am

Complexity Theory and Museums 2017

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 was first written for Exhibiting Cultures (ed. Steven D.


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

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