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The Museum Life

The Museum Life

Friday at 7 AM Pacific

November 08th 2013:Museums in the Digital Age

What sets museums apart from other cultural institutions? Collections. Museums collect, manage and maintain objects, artifacts and works of art—the stuff of our lives. For generations, museums were the places you went to see this stuff. But today, you can visit a museum’s collection on your smart phone. Has this wired access changed the way we value museums? How has this access changed the ways museums value themselves? Join Marsha Semmel as we discuss this provocative topic.

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Marsha Semmel

Marsha Semmel is one of the great thinkers in the museum field. Marsha has worked in and for museums since 1975, dedicating her career to encouraging museums to be responsive and supportive leaders in their communities. An advisor for the Noyce Leadership Institute, Marsha served as Director for the Office of Strategic Partnerships at the Institute for Museum and Library Services. She has also served on the Board of the American Association of Museums. Prior to coming to Washington, DC, Marsha was President of the Women of the West Museum and President and CEO of Conner Prairie Living History Museum.
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