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Photo by Victoria Pickering
Photo by Dimitry van den Berg
participation = responsive

participation = shared work

participation = radical trust
it requires some changes




Authority is content provider   Authority is platform provider
this is a discussion
about how, not why.
and of course,
we invite you to
   participate.
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           ANNE BAST, SFMOMA
The Art of Engagement at SFMOMA
                    Anne Bast
         Intellectual Property Associate
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“The museum strives to engage and inspire a diverse range of audiences
     by pursuing an innovative program of exhibitio...
Harrell Fletcher and Miranda July, Learning to Love You More, 2002-2009; web project and
archive
Hans Haacke, News, 1969/2008; RSS newsfeed, paper, and printer (installation view by Ian
Reeves)
“When artists are doing it, then the museum must
                   do it as well.”
             - Rudolf Frieling, from t...
Yes you can
The more things change…




Snøhetta principals (L-R) Craig Dykers and Kjetil Thorsen; photo: courtesy Snøhetta; © Snøhetta
Thanks!

               Anne Bast
SFMOMA | Intellectual Property Associate
         abast@sfmoma.org
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      JAKE BARTON, LOCAL PROJECTS
SAN FRANCISCO SALON
   SEPTEMBER 20, 2010
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 KATHLEEN McLEAN, INDEPENDENT EXHIBITIONS
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2.
pump up the volume
on visitor and community engagement
vote
create
contribute
add data
create
co-design
respond
contribute
create and design
respond
communicate
guess
participate
contribute
add data
vote
engage in dialogue
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         NINA SIMON, MUSEUM 2.0
THREE SURPRISING THINGS
   I’VE LEARNED ABOUT
DESIGN FOR PARTICIPATION
LESSON 1:
MORE SCAFFOLDING! MORE CONSTRAINTS!
Denver Art Museum
Denver Art Museum

     90,000 visitors, 37,000 posters made
average time spent making a poster: 25 minutes
www.wearemedia.org
LESSON 2:
PEOPLE CONTRIBUTE DIFFERENT THINGS WHEN
GIVEN DIFFERENT PROMPTS & INPUT MECHANISMS.
Lowell National Historical Park
“The percentage of ‘unrelated’ responses
decreased from 58% (white cards) to 40% (blue
cards), and ‘specific’ responses ne...
Lowell National Historical Park
LESSON 3:
RESPONSIVENESS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN
ANYTHING ELSE.
HOW CAN USERS MAKE
THIS PROJECT BETTER?
“At first, I wasn't sure whether or not my
responses were useful to anybody. It took a
long time for any feedback to filte...
HOW CAN USERS MAKE
THIS PROJECT BETTER?
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On Sept 20, 2010, Nina Simon (Museum 2.0), Kathleen McLean (Independent Exhibitions), Jake Barton (Local Projects), and Anne Bast (SFMOMA) discussed participatory culture and museums at the Creative Commons salon. The event was held at GAFFTA - the Gray Area Foundation For The Arts and hosted by the Creative Commons foundation.

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Creative Commons Salon: Participatory Culture Offline

  1. 1. creative commons salon participatory culture offline NINA SIMON KATHLEEN McLEAN ANNE BAST JAKE BARTON
  2. 2. 2 Photo by Victoria Pickering
  3. 3. Photo by Dimitry van den Berg
  4. 4. participation = responsive participation = shared work participation = radical trust
  5. 5. it requires some changes Authority is content provider Authority is platform provider
  6. 6. this is a discussion about how, not why.
  7. 7. and of course, we invite you to participate.
  8. 8. participatory culture offline ANNE BAST, SFMOMA
  9. 9. The Art of Engagement at SFMOMA Anne Bast Intellectual Property Associate abast@sfmoma.org
  10. 10. “The museum strives to engage and inspire a diverse range of audiences by pursuing an innovative program of exhibitions, education, publications, and collections activities” - SFMOMA mission statement Photo: Aimee Friberg
  11. 11. Harrell Fletcher and Miranda July, Learning to Love You More, 2002-2009; web project and archive
  12. 12. Hans Haacke, News, 1969/2008; RSS newsfeed, paper, and printer (installation view by Ian Reeves)
  13. 13. “When artists are doing it, then the museum must do it as well.” - Rudolf Frieling, from the catalogue for the exhibition The Art of Participation: 1950 to Now Harrell Fletcher and Jon Rubin, Pictures Collected from Museum Visitors’ Wallets, 1998; ten chromogenic prints (installation view by Ian Reeves)
  14. 14. Yes you can
  15. 15. The more things change… Snøhetta principals (L-R) Craig Dykers and Kjetil Thorsen; photo: courtesy Snøhetta; © Snøhetta
  16. 16. Thanks! Anne Bast SFMOMA | Intellectual Property Associate abast@sfmoma.org
  17. 17. participatory culture offline JAKE BARTON, LOCAL PROJECTS
  18. 18. SAN FRANCISCO SALON SEPTEMBER 20, 2010
  19. 19. The Museum South Memorial Pool North Memorial Memorial d Design Lab 22
  20. 20. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 23
  21. 21. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 24
  22. 22. REPLACE WITH ORIGINAL/BIG IMAGE Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 25
  23. 23. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 26
  24. 24. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 27
  25. 25. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 28
  26. 26. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 29
  27. 27. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 30
  28. 28. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 31
  29. 29. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 33
  30. 30. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 34
  31. 31. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 35
  32. 32. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 39
  33. 33. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 40
  34. 34. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM 42
  35. 35. Project 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM
  36. 36. participatory culture offline KATHLEEN McLEAN, INDEPENDENT EXHIBITIONS
  37. 37. 1
  38. 38. 2.
  39. 39. pump up the volume on visitor and community engagement
  40. 40. vote
  41. 41. create
  42. 42. contribute
  43. 43. add data
  44. 44. create
  45. 45. co-design
  46. 46. respond
  47. 47. contribute
  48. 48. create and design
  49. 49. respond
  50. 50. communicate
  51. 51. guess
  52. 52. participate
  53. 53. contribute
  54. 54. add data
  55. 55. vote
  56. 56. engage in dialogue
  57. 57. participatory culture offline NINA SIMON, MUSEUM 2.0
  58. 58. THREE SURPRISING THINGS I’VE LEARNED ABOUT DESIGN FOR PARTICIPATION
  59. 59. LESSON 1: MORE SCAFFOLDING! MORE CONSTRAINTS!
  60. 60. Denver Art Museum
  61. 61. Denver Art Museum 90,000 visitors, 37,000 posters made average time spent making a poster: 25 minutes
  62. 62. www.wearemedia.org
  63. 63. LESSON 2: PEOPLE CONTRIBUTE DIFFERENT THINGS WHEN GIVEN DIFFERENT PROMPTS & INPUT MECHANISMS.
  64. 64. Lowell National Historical Park
  65. 65. “The percentage of ‘unrelated’ responses decreased from 58% (white cards) to 40% (blue cards), and ‘specific’ responses nearly doubled, from 28% (white) to 50% (blue).” http://www.participatorymuseum.org/ref3-16/
  66. 66. Lowell National Historical Park
  67. 67. LESSON 3: RESPONSIVENESS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ANYTHING ELSE.
  68. 68. HOW CAN USERS MAKE THIS PROJECT BETTER?
  69. 69. “At first, I wasn't sure whether or not my responses were useful to anybody. It took a long time for any feedback to filter through. When it did come I really appreciated Nina's thanks and encouragement. That's what kept me coming back to the site.” http://museumtwo.blogspot.com/2010/03/participatory-museum-process-part-2.html
  70. 70. HOW CAN USERS MAKE THIS PROJECT BETTER?

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