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Inside/Outside: Criticising museum practice

September 8, 2012

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Given the ostensible parameters and protocols of the call for contributions to this volume, I am given to imagine myself as one of a group of contributors situated “outside” a (museum) “profession” and “looking in,” as a “scholar who has written books about museums but who [is] trained and work[s] in other disciplinary areas.” In […]

On curatorial voice and the web

April 11, 2012

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Well, this is going to be an interesting week. Although I have only been in San Diego for Museums and the Web 2012 for about 24 hours now, I have already had more stimulating conversations than in recent months put together. Where time allows, I will shoot to capture a few of these emerging ideas […]

Takeaways from THATCamp Canberra, 2011

October 12, 2011

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The last few weeks have been very intense. Between attending Reprogramming the Art Museum, presenting work at the Powerhouse Museum, speaking on a panel at Critical Animals, preparing for and presenting at the Digital Culture Public Sphere, and more, I have been pretty exhausted. Thus it was that I was in two minds about attending […]

Quick bite: On early results from my research at the PHM

October 8, 2011

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Seb has just popped up a post on Fresh + New[er] that includes some of the research I’ve been doing at the Powerhouse Museum. It looks at some of the early results, including identifying who some of our collection users are, and how our curators are conducting research. Check it out.

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