Introduction Since March 17th 2020 and the start of my Coronavirus quarantine, I have worked on a Strategic Plan for a museum in Tennessee, worked as an AAM MAP reviewer and worked on my new book Museum Visitor Experience. I am sure as everyone else, some days are better than others. Often it is difficult to have the concentration to …
MUSEUMPLANNER 2013 – Thank You All !
Thank you all for the great 2013 !
Wishing everyone a happy and healthy 2014 An overview of the best museumplanner.org articles of 2013
What do you do?
Every week, I receive emails asking “what do you do?” (in addition to writing the blog). The easy answer is “help kids who learn differently”, but that is not a direct answer. All of the projects I will work on are for informal educational institutions (science centers, children’s museums, traveling exhibitions, natural history museums and art museums). I will forever be thankful to the museums of my childhood. My work and this blog has become a passion in support informal education.
Museums are Hospitality
Museums are in the hospitality business, not the education business.
Museum Planning Software
Below is a list of the software I use. I use a MacBook Pro, travel often so like having the laptop. In the studio have two Mac design workstations and an office computer. Design: Sketchup – Free, 3D drawing software Tux Paint – Free, Great for doing a quick sketches VectorWorks – Drafting Photoshop – Image Editing Illustrator – Drawing …
Volunteer Teaching Ubud, Bali
I have been been traveling in Asia for almost six months now. The last two months I have been volunteer teaching English and Art here in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Here in Bali everyone belongs to a Banjar, the Bajar is your local village and the Banjar is the local form of government. Each Banjar has at least one temple and …
Wishing you all of the best in 2010! -Mark Sunset at the beach at Tanah Lot, Bali, Indonesia
Museum Planning New Address
Back in New York City! Contact Information: Mark Walhimer, PMP 315 East 69th Street, 4B New York, New York, 10021 Telephone: 415-794-5252 (yes, I still have a San Francisco number) email@example.com
Museum Project Services
I have recently finished up my two projects for the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis; “Take Me There Egypt” and the “the world’s largest Brachiosaurus dinosaur sculpture” and I am now starting to look for new opportunities. Services: * Exhibition Project Management * Exhibition Project Estimating * Museum Planning * Museum Producer * Owners Representative My projects for the Children’s Museum: …
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