By Nadia Abraham and Shiralee Hudson Hill, Art Gallery of Ontario It seems like everybody has a podcast these days. Museums across the globe are no exception. Yet, podcasting as a form of exhibition interpretation is still a relatively untapped field. Enter the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Into the Anthropocene podcast series. This series was … Continue reading Is Podcasting Interpretation?
A recap of the AAMI 2019 Annual Convening, which took place at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Take a look at what is in store for the AAMI 2019 convening in Detroit, June 27-28. There are still spots available. Register here. June 27 9:00: Coffee, networking, and icebreaker 9:30: Opening remarks 10:30: Lightening Round: Short Talks on Interpretation Success 12:00: Lunch 1:00: Highlights of interpretive plans & exploration of DIA galleries (choose from 1 of … Continue reading AAMI 2019: Convening Schedule
On June 6 and 7, 2018 nearly 70 art museum interpreters convened in Chicago for our first annual 2 day meeting at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and the Art Institute of Chicago. We shared best practices, laughs, and mused on the future of the field art museum interpretation. Here are just some of the highlights from the two days.
In 2018, AAMI built out a new leadership structure. The AAMI Steering Committee oversees four main organizational branches: communications, membership, governance, and the annual meeting.
Join us in Detroit June 27-28, 2019 for the Annual Association for Art Museum Interpretation Conference. The 2019 annual meeting will feature two days of interdisciplinary panels, presentations, in-gallery exploration, and roundtable discussions addressing many of our field’s most pressing issues: establishing shared language, advocating for our work, and supporting self-care and professional development. Rapid-fire case study … Continue reading AAMI 2019: Detroit