Kultur-, Naturhistorisk og Kunstfagligt orienteringsmøde 2014. Del 1

Organisationen Danske Museer inviterer til fagligt orienteringsmøde 2014.

Hashtag: #odm14

Dagens program, første del kl. 10.30-12.30:

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Nyt fra ODM.

ODMs formand og direktør for KØS, Christine Buhl Andersen. Velkomst – og kort om en række sager af museumspolitisk karakter, der aktuelt trænger sig på. ODM’s formand trækker de vigtigste aktuelle perspektiver op.

“Museums Change Lives” Partner in “Museums Consultancy”, senior research fellow, former deputy director in British Museums Association, Maurice Davies.

A presentation of current thinking about the impact that museums can have on society. They can bring benefits to people’s wellbeing, health, confidence and sense of belonging, as well as to their knowledge. They can improve places by supporting social organizations and behaving as public services, not just visitor attractions. To do this, museums need to be clear about the impacts they want to have – the differences they want to make to people’s lives. It requires new ways of thinking and new skills and museums to be entrepreneurial, creative, collaborative and flexible. Assessing quality of engagement and impact is harder than counting things and is not simple to measure

“More than worth it”. What do you think we are fighting for? Director of the Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar, and member of the committee “More than Worth it”. Lidewij de Koekkoek.

With the manifesto “More than worth it. The social significance of museums” the museums, united in The Netherlands Museums Association, have joined together in presenting their five core social values to society: collection value, connecting value, educational value, experience value and economic value. Through these five values, museums contribute in a number of public domains. The program consisting of research, publications, presentations and practical tools has proved to be successful in conveying the significance of the museum sector for today’s society.

1915 – da folkestyret blev folkeligt og feminint Det er 100-året for 1915-grundloven næste år. Skal vi fortsætte med at bruge kræfter på den slags jubilæer? Ja, når de har betydning for nutiden, mener museumsinspektørerne Inge Adriansen, Museum Sønderjylland, og Merete Ipsen, Kvindemuseet i Danmark. I kort form fortæller Inge Adriansen hvilken betydning reformen af grundloven i 1915 havde. Merete Ipsen opfordrer til fælles fejring af demokratiet på museerne landet over – og kommer med en skitse til hvordan.

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