Date of publication: 2017-08-25 19:43
So going back to the original question: what will museums, particularly art museums, be like in the future? The answer is: I am not sure yet but what I know is that if we want them to still be open and relevant thirty years from now, a paradigm shift needs to happen very soon.
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FUTURE OF MUSEUMS: SOCIAL IMPACT + UX + PHYGITAL
by Clare Brown, Program Head, Master of Arts in Exhibition Design, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University, and Alin Tocmacov, Experience Designer and Associate Partner at C& G Partners, New York
"Let&rsquo s dedicate our time now to discovering in what way museums needs to be shaped to allow them to be included amidst the chaotic overload of things that continue to populate the digital landscape"
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Perhaps there is no single definition for the future museum but one that we carry in our pockets or watches. Which screen do we want to occupy is the big question? I&rsquo d want to be synonymous with the most dominant screen that has all the eyes & ears, is it going to remain to be our smartphones? Probably not. Let&rsquo s dedicate our time now to discovering in what way or form museums needs to be shaped that not just promotes inclusivity rather, allows for the museum to be included amidst the chaotic overload of things that continue to populate the digital landscape.
Additionally, using exhibit spaces for innovative programs, such as interactive escape rooms, promotes ongoing visitor interest. The museum auditorium thus becomes a forum for the public to consider the history of its community. Schools and teachers will use the museum&rsquo s vast archives to expand the student experience and make connections to history taught in the classroom. Those with mental and physical challenges will also be able to find enrichment in the museum.
Today, the first place you have to capture someone&rsquo s attention is online and this will only increase going forward. A ticket purchase is no longer the measure of success, in the future, senior managers and boards will recognize that transformative online experiences are just as valuable as a physical ticket purchase. By providing a stellar experience from their first google search through to a robust and responsive digital engagement presence, museums will remain relevant in the future.
Museums and their leaders will also understand that their online and digital engagement presence has direct implications on their reputation, which has direct implications on their bottom line. The potential for physical visitors to share their experience online will only grow and museums will embed sharable experiences into their gallery spaces. Everybody is already a content producer. Museums will encourage and nurture the earned media that visitors are creating, allow it to happen and engage with it.