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A good exhibition inspires a creative response. When adults take time to leave creative responses to an exhibit, that is worth celebrating. Here are two examples from The Lighthouse in Glasgow, Scotland and The National Craft Centre in Kilkenny, Ireland. … Continue reading
If museums want to become social spaces, they need to look about them. Just now I am looking at the Citizen M hotel in Glasgow. It’s a master class in creating a vibrant, welcoming, stimulating, cosmopolitan social space. “Zoos are places … Continue reading
‘Well, it’s cold up there in Buxton’. First impressions – what do we want to tell foreign visitors about us?.
TellTale is hosting Slovenian interpreter, Janja Sivec. Here, as our guest blogger, she writes about her first impressions of Buxton – and its interpretation. When we think of first impressions, we usually think of people we have met. But this … Continue reading
I am still thrilled about the prospect of the “You can’t do that in Museums” Camp in Santa Cruz (see here for the background). I think it is going to be amazing and great professional development. My experience as a … Continue reading