For the next few weeks I’m choosing my favourite episodes from the back catalogue of the podcast. With over 100 episodes to now choose from, I’m taking this opportunity to revisit some of the episodes I’ve most enjoyed putting together.
This week I’m sharing one of my absolute favourite episodes.
I’m sharing 4 game changing questions that will really transform your museum and gallery programmes. I’ve chosen questions that work for me time after time with all sorts of different groups, different artworks or objects, different types of museums and environments.
These are all worth remembering (and carrying around in your educator ‘back pocket’).
The 5 Golden Rules for Asking Brilliant Questions (Episode 4)
10 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Asking Questions (Episode 10)
How to use artworks to improve your questioning skills (Episode 15)
Quick ways to improve your questioning technique (Episode 36)
3 Key Ways to Foster Curiosity in your Programme (Episode 38)
How to Stay Curious in your Practice (Episode 39)
‘Bad’ questions – questions to avoid in your art experiences (Episode 48)
Autumn Effect at Argenteuil (1873), Claude Monet, Courtauld Gallery, London, UK, Public Domain https://courtauld.ac.uk/highlights/autumn-effect-at-argenteuil/
Reyhan Hassanzadeh (2004) from the series: Terrorist, Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, NL