A summary of Jenny Judova's talk at the British Museum on 31 August 2017
What to see in London
In March 2017 I surveyed American, European, and British museums, kunsthalle, contemporary art centres and large nonprofit galleries that exhibit contemporary art about how they work with the private side of the art world.
From Beatles to Star Trek, to Lego, popular culture exhibitions are awesome. Not only do they pique audience interest and help improve museum’s attendance figures, they are also usually surprisingly educational.
The following scientific exhibitions will immerse you into the world of science, allowing you to broaden your horizons and describe, define, investigate and ultimately (try to) understand the world in which we live and how it works.Science is about understanding how things work and why, and the answers science
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A year ago I joined Vastari as the Travelling exhibitions manager.
Andrew Wilson (formerly of Blink now Studio for Co-operation) and Lee Hutchinson (formerly of Northampton Museums, now M Shed, Bristol) designed and evaluated a research project aimed at examining the potential of models and techniques for engaging young people with museum collections through the use of mobile technology. The full
Aurora Hjalmarsson reports.
Last Friday and Saturday, Vastari’s Jenny Judova attended the National Gallery Negotiating Art Conference. The conference was created in partnership with The University of Manchester, supported by Agnew’s, and the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art.“Negotiating Art” examined the murkier, lesser-known side of the art