Session: Exhibiting Online

For THATCamp, I would like to see a session focused on online exhibitions as interpretational mediums for engagement, education and interpretation with audiences inside of and outside of museums. It would be great to hear from anyone who has experience and or an interest in exhibitions, audiences and online learning.

I would be happy to have co-facilitators if any other campers are interested in this topic.

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About Casey Wooster

Casey Wooster is currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in Museum Studies with a focus in Art History and Digital Humanities at the the University of Florida. As she searches for her thesis topic, she is interested in the role of museums as platforms for rich discussion and experiences as well as social change. Wooster received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Photography and Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Florida in 2014. She currently volunteers with the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art in Gainesville, FL, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.

2 Responses to Session: Exhibiting Online

  1. Thanks for this, Casey! I’d like to add to this proposal to include outreach and assessment of online exhibitions. What does engagement look like in an online exhibition “virtual” space and how can impact be measured?

    • That is fantastic, Stephanie! I’d love to co-facilitate this with you. Measuring impact is an area that I am not an expert in, but is extremely important.

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