An indispensable tool for all museum professionals
By Dirk Houtgraaf & Massimo Negri
A European Museum Academy (EMA) publication
Developing exhibitions describes an extensive in-depth methodology and practical framework on the development and production of exhibitions. It is a manual, with schemes and systems and a focus on the processes, and on the practice of developing content and storylines. As there is no other such clear-cut manual at present, it is already clear it will be used by several courses and programmes.
This book immediately becomes the reference on how to create exhibitions in modern museums and how to work through the complexities of the exhibition development process, and it does so with humour, flair, and great understanding of the hard work involved.
Russell Briggs, Director Engagement, Exhibitions & Cultural Connection, Australian Museum
This method is an indispensable tool for all museum professionals: from director and curator to project manager and marketeer.
Wim van der Weiden Founder of EMA
Finally, a reliable manual for those who undertake today museums’ profession and a challenge to evolve “from practice to progress” for professionals.
Chiara Nenci, Professor of Museology and History of Collecting, Accademia di Brera, Milano
This book is supported by the Cultural Heritage Agency, the Reinwardt Academy, the University of Padua / Master Course Erasmus Mundus TPTI and the Forum of Slavic Cultures.
21,5 x 24,5 cm
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- Article number: 020101
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