Education, Audience Research & Evaluation
The Taki Project: Bringing Younger Audiences and Families to the Museum
The Taki Project is intended to bring a friendlier face to the Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino through a hummingbird named Taki, which in Quechua means “sing and dance,” to develop an affective bond with children.
Presenter: Paulina Roblero, Communications and Audience Engagement Manager, Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, Santiago, Chile
Museum4All – Museum2Go Project
The project Museum4All—Museum2Go, based on “the museum in a suitcase” concept, uses objects, replicas, models, and electronic devices to support storytelling and cultural heritage interpretation. Understand how this concept is reaching a wider audience, with an emphasis on marginalized groups, youngsters, and elderly populations that cannot visit the museum.
Presenter: Milena Micic, Senior Curator of Art Collection, The Homeland Museum of Knjazevac, Serbia
¡Exploradores al ataque!: A Program Designed for Early Learners
Learn about a new program designed for three- and four-year-old children. Working with the senses and at children’s scale , the program introduces them to formative experiences with art and museums.
Presenter: Gabriela Santagostino, Assistant in the Education Department, Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, Argentina