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Collections in the 21st Century
March 24, 2011

by Brad King The following is an edited version of an article that appeared in the Winter/Spring 2011 issue of Lord Cultural Resources’ online publication, Cultural Capital. Are collections still…

Storytelling at your Fingertips: Broadcastr
March 15, 2011

by Katherine Molineux Museum audio tours no longer exist solely within the walls of the institution.  Audio content can be accessed anytime, anywhere through downloadable gallery tours, lectures, conferences and…

Thirty Million Indian Gods vs. MacDonalds
February 24, 2011

by Batul Raaj Mehta India as a country is fast changing. Urban India is growing rapidly, quickly moving towards a singular identity, with malls showcasing the same clothes and brands,…

On this momentous day…Sout al Horreya
February 11, 2011

By Joe Banh On October 1st, 2010 I caught a plane from Toronto to Cairo as part of the consulting team working on the Grand Egyptian Museum project. I had…

The digital museum: not so evil
February 5, 2011

by James Cocks Google unveiled yesterday a project that applies the controversial “street view” technology to museum interiors. In addition to allowing visitors to navigate the floors of different galleries…

Do Adults Really Want to Play in a Museum?
January 21, 2011

by Ngaire Blankenberg I’m thinking about interactive museum exhibitions. Of course, everyone who is recommending an interpretive approach will include ‘interactives’ as a ‘category’ of exhibition, to meet the needs…

Odani Motohiko’s Phantom Limb at the Mori
January 11, 2011

by Joseph Banh Located on the 53rd floor of the Mori Tower in Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills is the Mori Art Museum, a well curated and elegant space where I recently…

Hitler Exhibition Ushers in New Phase for German Museums
November 16, 2010

by Cathy Leekam The first German exhibition since the Second World War to deal exclusively with the subject of Adolf Hitler opened on October 15, 2010 at the German Historical…

Superheroes Inspired by Islam
October 13, 2010

By Lief Pagalan Naif Al-Mutawa, a clinical psychologist by training, has created a group of comic superheroes inspired by Islamic culture and society. Called “The 99”, they derive their powers…

Evolution of Palestinian Graffiti
October 13, 2010

Palestinian graffiti has an undeniable political motivation; Faris Arouri, 28, a member of the Palestinian Peace & Youth Forum (PPYF) reported that resistance groups often utilize graffiti as political canvas…

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