Over the last couple of years I have seen a significant change in the staffing of museum design and fabrication. I see the “Gig-Economy” as having a large impact on museums.
In a perfect museum, the museum would interact with all visitors at their learning style and their interest level, in a scholarly, interesting and fun way.
Every day, I get at least a couple of emails asking questions about museums, museum planning, exhibition design or museum strategic planning. Thought I would put together a list of answers to “Frequently Asked MuseumPlanner Questions”.
In the future museum exhibition design projects will be “project based” instead of “studio based”, using a “hive project approach” an approach where people come together for a museum project.
The fifth step in creating an exhibition, is the process of maintaining the exhibition, including; exhibit cleaning, scheduled maintenance, repairs, checking environmental conditions and checking artifact / Art security.
Interested in getting a job working in a museum? Here are some suggestions about getting your first museum job.
I love news articles like this, it gives you an insiders view of the museum world – Mark Walhimer By T.J. Greaney From the Columbia Tribune Link to Article “A former executive director of the YouZeum, Gwen Robbins, is suing the interactive science center, claiming breach of contract and defamation. In a petition filed this month in Boone County Circuit …