Under 2016 deltar tre museer i utbildningen Sweden Digital Identity Programme, ett samarbete mellan IdeK och brittiske konsulten Abhay Adhikari, Dhyaan Design. Som ett led i utbildningen, förutom att delta i workshops och bedriva projektarbete, ska teamen från respektive organisation blogga om sina framsteg på området publikengagemang i digitala kanaler. Blogginläggen är skrivna på engelska, dels för att utbildningen ges på engelska men också för att nå en bredare publik. Klicka på respektive rubrik för att läsa inläggen på Medium.

 

EMS Studio (1980) src: http://musikverket.se/artikel/tidsresa-till-ems-barndom/

EMS Studio (1980) src: http://musikverket.se/artikel/tidsresa-till-ems-barndom/

 

What happens when we let loose high school students in our archives

At Musikverket (Swedish Performing Arts Agency) we have an extensive collection of folk music recordings that go back a hundred years. This year we’re setting out on an ambitious project to spark creative dialogue and musical innovation inspired by this collection.

Together: An exhbition by the Museum of World Culture in which contemporary issues are reflected in more than 1000 objects from the collection (Find out more: http://bit.ly/2bwZEAI)

Together: An exhbition by the Museum of World Culture in which contemporary issues are reflected in more than 1000 objects from the collection (Find out more: http://bit.ly/2bwZEAI)

Want to play a game? Here’s how the Museum of World Culture in Sweden is using online quizzes to create a connection between audiences and objects

The collection is the heart of the Museum of World Culture. It represents the human condition and inspires many powerful stories. So how do we continue to explore the meaning and relevance of these objects with new audiences online? Can quizzes encourage curiosity, debate and reflection? This is what we set out to discover in our first experiment for the Swedish Digital Identity programme.

The microsite developed for our #VarjeLampaRäknas campaign that ran for three days

The microsite developed for our #VarjeLampaRäknas campaign that ran for three days

Step out of your comfort zone if you want to re-imagine participation, says Sweden’s largest cultural historical museum

The Nordic Museum is exploring new ways to bring the story behind their autumn exhibition to audiences online. In this post the team explains how they are rethinking participation and partnerships.

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