2020 ONLINE EDITION

In this fresh batch of interviews, we feature award-winning projects from Finland, Japan, United States, Australia, Belgium and Austria. In these talks with the members of TBIH2020 Jury you will learn about the oldest museum in Finland praised for its networking skills and tight connections with the regional community, about a museum dedicated to bringing peace and happens to children by fostering picture book culture, about the commemoration of the life and legacy of one of the most important civil rights icons of all times Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and about a museum that breaks down boundaries to what is foreign with knowledge of our common human existence. In the IMAGINES section you will find out about the 25.000 km long travel that the VERONA project team took to bring us open online access to Jan Van Eyck masterpieces, and about what happens when you produce an exhibition by asking people across the state to share their portraits on Instagram and via an in-gallery photo booth. 

So enjoy the interviews and stay tuned for fresh releases coming up regularly on YouTube, with one new IMAGINES and two new core programme interviews weekly!

 

Satakunta Museum founded in 1888 is one of the oldest museums in Finland. In this talk with our Jury member Corey Timpson the curator Leena Koivisto presents this winner of the Finnish Museum of the Year Award in 2019.

IMAGINES Jury member Sara Devine interviews Bart Fransen, Head of the Centre for the Study of the Flemish Primitives at the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage in Brussels. VERONA project won the European Heritage Award / Europa Nostra Award in 2019.

National Civil Rights Museum’s President Terri Lee Freeman talks to our Viv Golding about the international commemoration of the of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for which the museum won the National Medal for Museum and Library Service in 2019.

The European Museum Forum’s Kenneth Hudson Award winner 2019 Weltmuseum Wien strives to give its visitors the experience of human universality, while insisting on the importance for Western societies to be self-critical. Our Corey Timpson talks to the museum’s director Christian Schicklgruber.

Paula Bray, DX Lab Leader at the State Library of NSW talks to Sara Devine about the #NewSelfWales, a community-generated, immersive exhibition that won the MAPDA Multimedia Level B Best in Show Award in 2019. 

The Chihiro Art Museum, considered to be the world’s first art museum dedicated to picture books, won the newly established Japanese Museums Association Award in 2019. Michiko Matsukata from Chihiro Art Museum Azumino talks to our Jury Member Carina Jaatinen. 

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