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A Creative Confluence: When Educational Products & Youth Programming Collide

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From Museums and the Web, 2015

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A Creative Confluence: When Educational Products & Youth Programming Collide

  1. 1. KER-POW! A Creative Confluence The Collision of Educational Products & Youth Programming Saturday, April 11th, 2015 #MW2015 #MWteens #MW2015 #MWteens @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  2. 2. Heroes Barry Joseph, #TeamAMNH @MMMooshme Chelsea Emelie Kelly #TeamMAM @MAM_Chelsea Hillary Cook #TeamAIC @hillarym Sofie Andersen @sofieny @antenna_lab #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  3. 3. Our Traditional Roles #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  4. 4. …what we’re doing now… #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  5. 5. Our Quest #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym Diagram of loosely coupled system, Jay Rounds. From Rounds “The Museum and it’s relationships as a loosely coupled system, in Curator To create new (digital) experiences (and products) together with and for teens as part of the museum encounter
  6. 6. How will we get there #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  7. 7. Be our judge! #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  8. 8. (Elevator) Pitch – Round 1 (45 secs) #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  9. 9. Disrupt this OR Prettiest Pony #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  10. 10. Online Reach OR Best Fail #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  11. 11. Bleeding Edge OR Engaging? #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  12. 12. ROUND 1- SCORE? #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  13. 13. ROUND 2 (30 secs) #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  14. 14. Got Collaboration? OR Best Blooper #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  15. 15. Evaluation OR Impact OR Sales #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  16. 16. Sexiest Subject OR Reach #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  17. 17. ROUND 2- SCORE? #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  18. 18. BONUS ROUND TESTIMONIALS (10 secs) #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  19. 19. “I feel like the Museum is my second home.” “I learned that art holds all the answers to any questions anyone may have, you just have to search for it.” “I wish school was like this.” MAM- TESTIMONIALS #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  20. 20. “I have been exposed to individuals who encourage me both academically and artistically…to prioritize, express myself in various artistic media, and learn more about myself and the world around me. Now,…I see (the AIC) as a haven for artistic expression and personal development…. I hope to continue to contribute to the museum once I graduate. There will be tears.” -Neftaly Lara Teen Lab participant and intern AIC- TESTIMONIALS #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  21. 21. And our winner is…. #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  22. 22. INTERLUDE Program & Products Overviews #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  23. 23. #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  24. 24. #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  25. 25. #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  26. 26. Art Institute of Chicago Teen Programs Art Institute Teens @AICteens ArtInstituteTeens #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  27. 27. Post-Mortem • Can combining youth programs with educational products disrupt existing museum practices? #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  28. 28. MAM-DISRUPT THIS! #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  29. 29. Post-Mortem • How do we align goals of youth programs with goals of product development cycles? #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  30. 30. #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  31. 31. #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  32. 32. AMNH AMNH –PRODUCT CYCLE
  33. 33. Post-Mortem • What are your strategies for gauging impact of teen programs on participants and your institution – and wider society? #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  34. 34. MAM: Impact by the numbers 50-80 teens annually reached through programs 84% of students showed increase in reflective ability 47 videos (and growing) on YouTube with 855+ views 30 posts on the MAM blog, blog.mam.org Hundreds of thousands of media impressions through mural on city bus #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  35. 35. #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  36. 36. Post-Mortem • How can (and should we) turn educational mission into educational product development? #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  37. 37. Re:Imagine
  38. 38. #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  39. 39. #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  40. 40. Post-Mortem • Can we incorporate a reflective approach to inform best practice and evaluation methods? #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  41. 41. MAM-TEENS INTERVIEW ARTIST HANK WILLIS THOMAS
  42. 42. EVAN ON JULES BASTIEN-LEPAGE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysGq21Ee-xs
  43. 43. MAM-REFLECTION #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  44. 44. Lessons Learned • Let the teens be the face of their work • Support don’t exploit • Be transparent about ownership and decision making • Ask teens and follow through • Practice what you preach • Do it like it’s real...because it is • Take risks – clean up later #MW2015 @antenna_lab @MMMooshme @MAM_Chelsea @hillarym
  45. 45. Thank you! Barry Joseph, #TeamAMNH @MMMmooshme Chelsea Emelie Kelly #TeamMAM @MAM_Chelsea Hillary Cook #TeamAIC @hillarym Sofie Andersen @sofieny @antenna_lab

Editor's Notes

  • Before you spent the past 3 days in conference rooms, with too much coffee and way too much singing in front of people you’ve barely met…

    There were four intrepid educators, developers and digital folks who dreamed up a new and exciting way to talk about what they do – working with teens to create create museum experiences with them and for them.
  • Barry Joseph, Associate Director for Digital Leanring @MMMooshme (because @mooshme was taken!)
    Chelsea Emelie Kelly, Manager of Digital Learning, Milwaukee Art Museum
    Hillary Cook, Assistant Director of Youth Programs, Art Institute of Chicago @hillarym

    ADD TEAM SELFIE?

    Before you spent the past 3 days in conference rooms, with too much coffee and way too much singing in front of people you’ve barely met…

    There were four intrepid educators, developers and digital folks who dreamed up a new and exciting way to talk about what they do – working with teens to create create museum experiences with them and for them.
  • Many of us will recognise this creative cycle – either as designers or as program directors– coming up with the concept/brief, commissioning the work or program development from a designer or educator, and passing it to the end user/visitor who ‘pays’ or transacts in the sense of being at the museum & participating.



    http://opendesignnow.org/index.php/article/creation-co-user-participation-in-design-pieter-jan-stappers-co/
  • Many of us now are engaging more and more in a new way of working. It’s bringing in our audiences – our customers- as co-creators in the process of creating our programs & our products, that is whether we mean tangible products that are sold or experiences, or more broadly the strategies which ARE are products, the overall experiences that our visitors have. And in the case of this panel, we’re talking about teens.
  • So what are we trying to do?

    Cross-pollinate
    Product Life Cycle
    & Co-creation Process

    What does this mean? Well, on the left shows the museum’s lose system of encounters defined by Jay Rounds. I

    Important moment in moment of teen lives – self definition, choices
    Rounds - http://museumquestions.com/2015/04/06/can-we-control-what-students-learn-on-museum-visits/


    teen cycles
    Teens part of museum conversations – but what and how do they contribute? What is the value to museums? What about authenticity – of their voices and the end product? What is the measurement of success?
    Co crestors in the educational products
    Add about the important of digital media learning
  • Elevator Pitch(fork) or Death Battle
    Interlude
    Post-mortem and Q&A


    Set up that we have to look for the best examples of programs where teens can really be active participants in the not just creating content, but determining the strategy for what content gets created/
  • ADD A CROWD SHOT
  • Replace image with barry
  • Replace with you above image on the right.
  • Add image from surreal pricing
  • “The experiences that I have had at AIC have had a tremendous impact on me. I have been exposed to individuals who encourage me both academically and artistically. I have learned how to prioritize, express myself in various artistic media, and learn more about myself and the world around me.

    Before my involvement with the museum, I thought of AIC as a field trip destination. Now that I have become more acquainted with the institution, I see it as a haven for artistic expression and personal development. People believe in me and they provide me with the resources I need to transform my thoughts into reality.

    I don't know what my future holds, but I
    do know that I will always feel a special
    connection with the museum and the
    people who I have met. My experiences at
    the AIC have been invaluable to me and
    I hope to be able to continue to contribute
    to the museum once I graduate.
    There will be tears.”


    “The experiences that I have had at AIC have had a tremendous impact on me. I have been exposed to individuals who encourage me both academically and artistically. I have learned how to prioritize, express myself in various artistic media, and learn more about myself and the world around me.

    Before my involvement with the museum, I thought of AIC as a field trip destination. Now that I have become more acquainted with the institution, I see it as a haven for artistic expression and personal development. People believe in me and they provide me with the resources I need to transform my thoughts into reality.

    I don't know what my future holds, but I
    do know that I will always feel a special
    connection with the museum and the
    people who I have met. My experiences at
    the AIC have been invaluable to me and
    I hope to be able to continue to contribute
    to the museum once I graduate.
    There will be tears.”
    -Neftaly Lara
    Teen Lab participant and intern
  • WHAT ARE THE POINTS?
  • Add something about product life cycles

    http://study.com/academy/lesson/product-life-cycles-development-design-and-beyond.html
  • 2 to answer 2-3 questions – 2 MINS
  • Find image of post its here yes no maybe
  • Q3 – Impact and evaluation
  • Q4 – Mission to Product
  • Q5- Reflective Approach
  • Barry Joseph, Associate Director for Digital Leanring @MMMooshme (because @mooshme was taken!)
    Chelsea Emelie Kelly, Manager of Digital Learning, Milwaukee Art Museum
    Hillary Cook, Assistant Director of Youth Programs, Art Institute of Chicago @hillarym
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