what will the museum of the future be like?
Madame Barbara Trevigne, New Orleans Creole historian came to the museum and posed for a picture for me dressed as a 19th century Praline and Calas Vendor for the online exhibit Treme's Cooking: The Culinary Legacy of Treme.
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Museums Aotearoa Conference 2014, Hawke’s Bay
A sunrise at Mitimiti (after Hone Tuwhare)
Diary of the Canterbury Cultural Collections Recovery Centre intern – month 9
The value of museum content, attention, and time
The end of year wrap 2013
Tackling Ross Parry’s ‘post-digital normativity’ on a daily basis with visitors
Futurist Friday: I Think, Therefore I Am
Big Data and the Holy Grail of Museum Metrics
Wordless Wednesday: WindPunk
Who is an Artist? On Naming and Expertise
Hemingway: A Simple Online Tool for Better Short-Form Writing
What I Learned from Beck (the rock star) about Participatory Arts
How can we connect museum technologists with their history?
Sharing is caring keynote 'Enriching cultural heritage collections through a Participatory Commons'
Early PhD findings: Exploring historians' resistance to crowdsourced resources
WMA2014: Call for Poster Session Proposals
A Product of a Unique Collaboration: Portland Children’s Museum’s “Outdoor Adventure”
Objects, Meetings, and Picking Favorites: The Making of ‘Imagine That: Surprising Stories and Amazing Objects in the Burke Museum’
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