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Hvert land har sin egen Social Media-kultur – En kort sammenligning mellem Tyskland og Danmark

LinkedIn Xing

Alt andet vil være mærkeligt: Selvfølgelig er der også nationale forskelle i den stadigvæk meget unge Social Media-kultur. Hvis man som firma, organisation eller kulturinstitution vil komme i kontakt med internetbrugere i andre lænde via sociale medier, skal man først og fremmest vide, hvilke sociale netværk der bliver brugt i det respektive land. Danskere er “overrepræsenterede” på LinkedIn Mens 1 … >>>

Tweeter de skandinaviske museer?

Skandinaviske museer på Twitter

Update 27. maj 2013: Danske museer mere aktive i testens gentagelse I går har jeg offentliggjort samme blogpost på tysk og til dette formål har jeg tjekket endnu en gang, hvilke museer har været aktive i løbet af de sidste 7 dage (20.-26. maj). Denne gang var 47 procent af de danske, 65 procent af de svenske og 67 procent … >>>

Babys in museum – normal in Scandinavia, new to Germans

Hanne Friis' 'Portal', et av verkene vi ser nærmere på under babyomvisningen i Skulpturbiennalen torsdag kl 13.00! pic.twitter.com/MqZHCpNrBQ — The Vigeland Museum (@vigelandmuseum) 5. November 2013 This tweet, sent by the Norwegian Kunstmuseum Vigeland Museum piqued my curiosity. By the by a guided tour for babies was mentioned, a concept I didn’t know from German museums. A traditionally ignored target … >>>

Blogging museums & archives: Why blogging does not need to be a waste of time

On the occasion of the two-year’s birthday of their blog the German archives in the county of Siegen-Wittgenstein started a so-called “blog-parade” and asked other bloggers to come with their ideas why archives should write blogs. I want to discuss the subject a bit broader, because I think the same reasons apply to museums and galleries, too. During the workshop … >>>

Formidling på Instagram: Gode eksempler

En af museernes kerneopgaver er at formidle viden til – alle. Traditionelt foregår dette selvfølgelig i en museumsbygning ved hjælp af udstillinger af originale historiske genstande eller kunstværker. Jeg mener dog at museer også kan (og burde) opfylde deres formidlingsopgave udenfor museet. Det gør de fleste allerede ved hjælp af publikationer som bøger og kataloger, hvor de præsenterer deres forskningsresultater. … >>>

Who owns culture? – Impressions from Denmark and Germany

The Danish town Aarhus, which is going to be Europe’s Cultural Capital 2017, is constructing a new waterfront as many other seaports: Huge, modern buildings of cement and glass are going to replace old harbour industries. In many places big office buildings and at the best new opera houses have been raised. But in Denmark people chose libraries to be … >>>

3 #musetech days in Copenhagen – Day 3: Discussing digitization and culture at #digcrit seminar in Statens Museum for Kunst

As a late closure of my trilogy of #musetech events in Copenhagen I want to give a short comment on the seminar ”critique of digital reason” (hashtag #digcrit), November 7th 2014, at the Danish art gallery Statens Museum for Kunst, where four international speakers presented their views on digital developments in the cultural sector (find part 1 of my series … >>>

3 #musetech days in Copenhagen – Day 2: After-work-meeting at Bysted

Danish design bureau Bysted arranged an “after-work-meeting” in November 2014 which focussed on digital tendencies for museums. Four speeches highlighted four different subjects. Guests were mainly museum and web professionals. This is a short sum-up of day 2 of a busy #musetech week I enjoyed. Here you find part 1 on a tweet-up in Statens Museum for Kunst. Dagens møde … >>>