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.
Join Museum 3
Welcome toMuseum 3
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Update from the Canterbury Cultural Collections Recovery Centre – July 2015
Feather identification at Te Manawa Museum
Update from the Canterbury Cultural Collections Recovery Centre – April 2015
Unexpected lessons with technology in museums #1
Experiencing an immersive solo documentary – Door Into The Dark
“Not publishing” and bio-responsive futures at IfBookThen 2015
Futurist Friday: 10 Bite-sized Stories of the Future
A Bodacious Commitment to Diversity
Wordless Wednesday: Climb Every Mountain
Meditations on Relevance, Part 1: Overview
Breaking the Museum 2.0 Mold
What the Museum Sell Out Game (Re)Taught Me about Participation Inequality
The good, the bad, and the unstructured… Open data in cultural heritage
Crowdsourcing the world’s heritage
Sentiment analysis is opinion turned into code
The WestMuse Blog is Moving!
So, You’re Attending WMA2014 in Las Vegas…Don’t Hesitate, Speed Date!
Program Perspective: How to Successfully Teach for the 21st Century Museum
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