RECORDING AVAILABLE: DIGITAL DECISION-MAKING APPROACHES TO ONLINE ENGAGEMENT DURING MUSEUM CLOSURE
Posted On May 12, 2020
Earlier today, OAAG presented this webinar in collaboration with the Ontario Museum Association with speakers from the Aga Khan Museum, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, and the South Grey Museum.
With an emphasis on pivoting, collaboration, and experimentation, speakers emphasized that now is the time for institutions to experiment with how they engage their audiences online. Many touched upon the importance of bringing the ‘personal voice’ to your institution’s online platforms.
Recording of the webinar is available below:
Enforced closures have changed the way that museums and art galleries engage with their audiences. For some this has been a matter of scaling up what they were already doing, for others it has meant entering uncharted territory.
This webinar will be a conversation with three organizations of different sizes about how they have approached online engagement and how they make decisions about their strategies and approaches based on their missions, the resources available to them, and their goals.
Moyez Jadavji and Amirali Alibhai, Aga Khan Museum
Robert Iantorno, South Grey Museum
Danuta Sierhuis and Kate Yuksel, Agnes Etherington Art Centre