Education, Audience Research & Evaluation
Georgian Museum on the Rise
Eight years ago, very few people knew about the Georgian State Museum of Theatre, Music, Cinema and Choreography. Learn how it has transformed into a place to learn, inspire, and connect with art and history, becoming one of the most-visited museums in the region.
Presenter: Mariam Chkhaidze, Curator of Fine Arts Department, Georgian Art Palace, Tbilisi, Georgia
Designing Strategies to Improve the Self-Sustainability of Museums in Lima
Find out about research that identified opportunities, problems, and challenges for the museum sector in Peru, as well as recommendations to advance museum growth and sustainability.
Presenter: Elizabeth Alvarado, Project Cultural Manager, Museum of Art of Lima, Peru
A Close Look at the Museum’s Collection: Creating a Collection and Acquisition Policy
Since its founding in 1880, the collection of the National Museum of Fine Arts in Chile has grown, particularly in contemporary art. Prompted by concerns raised internally and by the Chilean public, the museum is rethinking its collection and direction by creating a collection and acquisition policy.
Presenter: Ximena Gallardo, Researcher Department of Collections, National Museum of Fine Arts, Santiago,
Art Programs for the Visually Impaired
In Mongolia, there are very few art programs in museums for visually impaired visitors. This program highlights display methods and hands-on techniques in exhibition design to better attract and engage this audience.
Presenter: Yanjiv Avirmed, Deputy Director, Mongolian National Art Gallery, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia