Digital museum trends: 2020

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Part of my teaching involves advising BA and MA students during their thesis research and writing. Every year, novel ideas on the digital museum are discussed and here I share a selection. In 2020, we looked at the #museumsfromhome, digital museum visitors, influencers, digital museum paid subscriptions, and the potential for online shops.

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Digital museum trends: 2018/2019

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Part of my teaching involves advising BA and MA students during their thesis research and writing. Every year, novel ideas on the digital museum are discussed and here I share a selection. In 2018/2019, we looked at the Google Art Institute, non-museum visitors, Instagram, and the new Immersive museums.

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Museums of music: Tallinn

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Exhibiting music highlights the challenge of presenting the intangible, through tangible and digital objects, with fragmented collections. In this post I explore these topics as experienced in various Museums of Music across the world while arguing that music can help close the gap between culture and heritage. In this post: Tallinn. Continue reading Museums of music: Tallinn

Music in Museums: Mexico City

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Not every country has a museum devoted specifically to music even though many museums may have a musical collection. In this series of posts, I highlight the Music in Museums and identify the role given to the cultural form. In this post: Museo de Arte Popular in Mexico City
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Museums of Music: Bologna

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Exhibiting music highlights the challenge of presenting the intangible, through tangible and digital objects, with fragmented collections. In this post I explore these topics as experienced in various Museums of Music across the world while arguing that music can help close the gap between culture and heritage. In this post: Bologna. Continue reading Museums of Music: Bologna

Museums of Music: Berlin

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Exhibiting music highlights the challenge of presenting the intangible, through tangible and digital objects, with fragmented collections. In this post I explore these topics as experienced in various Museums of Music across the world while arguing that music can help close the gap between culture and heritage. In this post: Berlin. Continue reading Museums of Music: Berlin

Museums of Music: Budapest

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Exhibiting music highlights the challenge of presenting the intangible, through tangible and digital objects, with fragmented collections. In this post I explore these topics as experienced in various Museums of Music across the world while arguing that music can help close the gap between culture and heritage. In this post: Budapest. Continue reading Museums of Music: Budapest

Museums of Music: Shanghai

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Exhibiting music highlights the challenge of presenting the intangible, through tangible and digital objects, with fragmented collections. In this post I explore these topics as experienced in various Museums of Music across the world while arguing that music can help close the gap between culture and heritage. In this post: Shanghai. Continue reading Museums of Music: Shanghai