#MuseumStory EP2: The Art of Impacting Lives
Posted by Luis | March 24, 2015
In this episode of #MuseumStory, you’ll listen to two interviews.
The first is about how Lisa Ortega’s life was impacted as a result of her mother’s childhood experience at a museum.
Both interviews are inspiring and prove museums special abilities to impact lives way beyond the museum visit.
However, there seems to be a skillful art to accomplishing this. Coincidentally, the museums mentioned in this episode are art museums.
It doesn’t matter what type of museum it is though. If you’re involved with a museum that wants to impact lives beyond the visit, be sure to listen to this #MuseumStory episode.
Useful links for this episode:
- Denver Art Museum Report
- DAM Collective
- Puerto Rico Museum of History, Anthropology and Art (you might need to translate the page)
Topics covered in this episode (in order):
- Lisa Ortega’s Interview
- Milagro’s childhood experience
- Impact on Lisa’s life
- Denver Art Museum Interview with Jaime Kopke
- 3-year experiment and report background
- Untitled Final Friday events
- Baby boomers
- Involving the community in events
- Word of mouth
- Denver Art Museum Collective
- Resonating visitors stories
- Measuring impactful stories + grant writings
- Basic steps for museums to take to engage their audience
- Does KiwiJar have a place in the museum industry?
If you enjoyed this episode, don’t forget to share with hashtag #MuseumStory.