This week I’m responding to a question I get asked a lot: How do you approach groups that are more used to a traditional approach… Read More »9 ways to approach resistance to participative museum tours
Image Credit: Le Discret (1786), Joseph Ducreux, Spencer Museum of Art You’ve probably heard the phrase ‘silence is golden’ before. This proverb suggests that staying… Read More »How silence is a superpower in museum and gallery programmes
In Episode 92 of The Art Engager podcast, I’m chatting to Heather Thomas, the Head of Learning and Engagement at the Lightbox Museum and Gallery… Read More »Improving mental health and wellbeing through art with Heather Thomas
By Claire Bown How & when should we share information on guided tours? How can we do this productively and strategically? In this week’s post… Read More »Best Practices for Sharing Information on Guided Tours
Join me on 09 June at 16.00 hrs for a 90 minute online masterclass all about best practices for using information strategically. Knowing if, when… Read More »Information Overload: How Much is too Much on a Guided Tour?
How can you easily make your guided tours, educational programmes and online sessions more engaging and more interactive? By asking brilliant questions that get results.… Read More »How to Ask Brilliant Questions that Get Results
THINKING ROUTINE OF THE WEEK: HEADLINES HEADLINES is a thinking routine that helps to capture the essence or heart of something being discussed. It is… Read More »Thinking Routine of the Week: Headlines
Are you looking forward to leading your tours again in 2020? Are you getting excited by the thought of the new season starting? If… Read More »Stuck in a Tour Rut? 6 Tips to Refresh your Guided Tour