Remote teaching this fall meant figuring how to reduce in-class lectures, and so I recorded some of the talks I would normally give in class. And once recorded – why not share them?
What you’ll find here are short talks about how to do exhibits. They are aimed at students interested in museum work, especially curatorial and education work. They are syncretic and idiosyncratic. That is, they provide a summary of different ways of approaching exhibit development, and also my own beliefs on how things ought to be done.
I hope you enjoy them, and find them useful.
[These were intended for class use, and while I try to cite the sources of images, not everything is fully credited. My apologies. If you would like links or bibliography, get in touch.]