10 Must Reads: Interpretation

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Many museums' and galleries' interpretation is poor or ineffective. Yours doesn't need to be!

If you read nothing else on Interpretation, read these 10 essays. We’ve reviewed literally hundreds of MuseumsEtc chapters and selected the most important ones to help you enhance your organisation’s interpretation initiatives. Our 10 Must Reads on Interpretation will help and inspire you to:
1 Determine the impact your interpretation should have.
2 Facilitate social interaction.
3 Prevent visitor exhaustion.
4 Conceive objects in terms of their connection to people.
5 Programme for your audience, not for your collection.
6 Check the effectiveness of your existing interpretation.
7 Adopt successful design principles.
8 Minimize the conflicts in your design team.

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Many museums' and galleries' interpretation is poor or ineffective. Yours doesn't need to be!

If you read nothing else on Interpretation, read these 10 essays. We’ve reviewed literally hundreds of MuseumsEtc chapters and selected the most important ones to help you enhance your organisation’s interpretation initiatives. Our 10 Must Reads on Interpretation will help and inspire you to:
1 Determine the impact your interpretation should have.
2 Facilitate social interaction.
3 Prevent visitor exhaustion.
4 Conceive objects in terms of their connection to people.
5 Programme for your audience, not for your collection.
6 Check the effectiveness of your existing interpretation.
7 Adopt successful design principles.
8 Minimize the conflicts in your design team.

  • Publisher: MuseumsEtc.
  • ISBN: 978-1-910144-07-7

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