9.30am Welcome and introduction to MEET
9.35-10.15am Keynote – Professor Genevieve Bell, ANU (includes question time)
Knowing our audience, knowing our tools and guiding our communities: given the current pace of change, how are we going to shape our future within the contexts of evaluation, technology and education?
10.15am Morning tea (provided)
10.45am Lightning Talks:
These talks were recorded – enjoy and share!
- Using feedback to create a successful digital excursion – Fiona Bowen, Learning Producer, MoAD
- Re-imagining the little Leaellynasaura polar dinosaur: a co-creative tactile Mixed Reality museum experience – Kaja Antlej, Lecturer in Industrial Design, Deakin University
- Testing audience response to increasing temporary exhibition prices – Abbie McPhie, Audience Research Manager, National Museum of Australia
- Deepening Engagement – Georgia Close, Manager of Student and Teacher Engagement and Athena Cabot, School Access Program Coordinator, Museum of Contemporary Art
- Educators as curators of student learning – Ethel Villafranca, PhD Researcher, University of Melbourne
- Big ideas, little people and craft: PlayUP at the Museum of Australian Democracy – Brooke Treble, PlayUP Facilitator, Museum of Australian Democracy
- “This is our voice” – inviting visitor voices into learning programs – Karolina Novak, Education Program Producer and Tilly Boleyn, Curator, MAAS
- Building the Australian Music Vault – Joe Coleman, Head of Digital Content, Australian Music Vault, Arts Centre Melbourne
12pm Panel / wrap-up / Q&A
12.30pm Lunch (provided) including tours of the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the opportunity to visit the National Sports Museum
2-5pm Optional afternoon workshops:
2-3pm Easy 360 tour creation – make your own 360 tour in one hour! Jonny Brownbill, Museum Victoria
3-4pm Co-design – what it is and how to do it: case studies from the field Lynda Kelly, LyndaKellyNetworks / Andrew Hiskens, State Library Victoria / Linda Angeloni, State Library Victoria
4-5pm Conversational interfaces – how can they be used in our institutions? Jonny Brownbill, Museum Victoria
Tours of National Sports Museum will run through the afternoon.
There is a café downstairs for those who just want to chat.