The hybrid museum: new tendencies in experience centres, science centres and museums

Gayle McPherson, Mark Carnall, Katja Lindqvist, Pia Bech Mathiesen

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Abstract

In recent years, the boundaries between institutions of informal learning have become increasingly diffuse. Hybrid forms have appeared through the dissociation and recombination of exhibit genres, audience perspectives, curatorial practices, sponsorship opportunities, managerial competencies, organisational structures, and societal relations, leading ultimately to the genesis of the Hybrid Museum. What are the consequences of this for present-day museums, experience centres, and science centres? How can research be adapted to account for this tendency? How will museums further public engagement in the years to come?
Translated title of the contributionThe hybrid museum: new tendencies in experience centres, science centres and museums
Original languageDanish
Publication statusPublished - 18 Sep 2013
EventNational Museum Conference 2013 - University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Duration: 18 Sep 2013 → …

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ConferenceNational Museum Conference 2013
CountryDenmark
CityCopenhagen
Period18/09/13 → …

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Science Centres
Science museum
Organizational Structure
Sponsorship
Informal Learning
Competency
Public Engagement
Curatorial Practice
Genesis
Recombination
Dissociation

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McPherson, G., Carnall, M., Lindqvist, K., & Mathiesen, P. B. (2013). Det hybride museum: nye tendenser i oplevelsescentre, science centre og museer. Paper presented at National Museum Conference 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark.
McPherson, Gayle ; Carnall, Mark ; Lindqvist, Katja ; Mathiesen, Pia Bech. / Det hybride museum : nye tendenser i oplevelsescentre, science centre og museer. Paper presented at National Museum Conference 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark.
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