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Knowledge Quarter Exhibition Professionals Meeting: opportunities for collaboration for Covid Recovery
Join fellow KQ Archive professionals on the afternoon of 27th April for a virtual coffee where we will explore the theme of ‘Emotional Evaluations of Exhibitions’. We will be joined by Frances Jeens, Director of Jewish Museum London, who will share some of the work they’ve been doing on measuring emotional responses to exhibitions. We will also use the meeting to reflect on the last 12 months and how our organisations have responded to the various challenges.
Emotional Evaluation at Jewish Museum London
Three years ago the Jewish Museum London began a new method of evaluation based on the desire to measure the impact of their programmes through the emotional responses of visitors across all their experiences within the Museum. A pilot programme was launched to trial collecting statistical data on how the Museum emotionally interacts with its visitors, which has since grown to both change the creation of their programmes and how they evaluate them.
Join the session to both see the results from the initial pilot project and to hear how this has impacted the Jewish Museum London’s work both before and during Covid-19 and their plans for reopening our Museum building. We’ll explore the idea of positive and negative emotions when experienced within the Museum and the idea of emotional hacking and empathy activation.
About our Networks:
Our Breakfast meet-ups give professionals working across the Knowledge Quarter the chance to keep up-to-date with all that is happening in the area, as well as share tips and experience on what gets people through the door and engaging online.
Breakfast meetings are relaxed, friendly sessions; grab a coffee, a pastry and join a table. We open proceedings with a handful of Lightning Talks from external organisations and from a selection of partners.
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