Explore the future of museums. Download the digital edition of Museum-iD – the essential, international magazine for museum professionals, suppliers and enthusiasts.

Discover the latest ground-breaking ideas about participatory practice, leading-edge digital initiatives, innovative interpretation, exhibition design, public engagement and inventive and inclusive programming - plus pioneering new thinking for collections and leadership.

“Museum-iD has become the place to go for fresh thinking, new ideas and interesting perspectives on the world of museums” - Nick Poole, Chief Executive, Collections Trust

Launched in 2009, Museum-iD magazine is renowned for original and authoritative articles by world-class contributors, in-depth features, high-profile interviews, stunning photography and high production values. Museum-iD is now available monthly on your iPad.

Museum-iD presents a stimulating, enriching and transformative mix of ideas and opinions from leading museum innovators globally. Packed with fresh insights and new ideas you can share directly with your colleagues, Museum-iD will add tremendous value to your current work - and more importantly is an active investment in the future and what you choose to do next.

Issues can be bought individually, or you can subscribe for a year (12 issues). A free sample issue is included in the app.

Articles featured in your free sample issue include:

• Cultural Leadership: Lucy Shaw introduces Oxford Cultural Leaders, the new executive leadership programme for the cultural sector
• Museum Correspondence: Bootstrapping innovation in museums - Rob Stein and Seb Chan discuss the challenge of creating an environment for innovation in museums
• The Museum of You: Jake Barton on the new 9/11 Memorial Museum and how to create a museum for individual understanding
• Information Age: 200 years of innovation explored in the biggest Science Museum project in over a decade
• Museum Hack: Developing alternative renegade tours - Nick Gray on hacking the traditional tour with some of the strangest, wildest, sexiest stories hidden in the museum
• Re:Make the Museum: Citizen Curators and Makers - Hannah Fox on developing a co-production approach that enables citizen makers and curators to get hands-on
• Being Unique: Mike Sarna argues that museums should look to their unique assets and push for more enriching experiences
• Participatory Exhibition Design: Silvia Filippini-Fantoni on inviting visitors to be part of the exhibition development process
• Radical Reboot: Cooper Hewitt Museum Transformed - Caroline Baumann on creating an entirely new participatory 21st-century museum visitor experience

Selected contributors:

• Ailsa Barry - Head of New Media, Natural History Museum, London
• Baroline Baumann - Director, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
• Sebastian Chan - Director of Digital & Emerging Media, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
• Roy Clare - Director, Auckland Museum - Tamaki Paenga Hira
• Linda Duke - Director, Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University
• Silvia Filippini-Fantoni - Director of Interpretation, Media and Evaluation at the Indianapolis Museum of Art
• David Fleming - Director, National Museums Liverpool
• Hannah Fox – Silk Mill Project Manager, Derby Museums Trust
• Mark Graham - Director of Research, Canadian Museum of Nature
• Adam Reed Rozan - Audience Development Manager, Oakland Museum of California
• Robert Stein - Deputy Director, Dallas Museum of Art


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