MuseumFutures Africa publication
Digital version of the MuseumFutures Africa publication.
Museum study group reviews
Collective reports created by study group teams about their projects.
Uganda Museum, ‘Facing our Past, Rethinking Future Museums, Exhibition Review’, 2022.
Musée National de Guinée, ‘Projet de Numerisation, Collections Koundara’, 2022.
National Museums of Kenya ‘Museum Futures Project 2020-2021, A report on team Kenya’, 2022.
Yemisi Shyllon Museum of Art, ‘Our Story’, 2022.
The MFA curriculum provided by the project (designed by African practitioners: Abiti Nelson from Uganda, Tatiana Page from South Africa, and Rebecca Corey from Tanzania), encourages experimentation with new ways of collecting, researching, mediating, and engaging society. The curriculum is designed to be useful and use-able by institutions across the continent.
The curriculum is supported by a number of facilitated workshops - including materials developed by our collaborative partners that could help inspire or guide workshops on the theme of 1) alternative modalities, 2) digitisation in museums and 3) networks and partnerships and 4) documentation.
Workshop materials are available for non-commercial, educational use - those materials not downloadable below will be made available on request, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Alternative Modalities Worksheet’, Patrick Mudekereza and Nashilongweshipwe Mushaandja for MuseumFutures ‘Alternative Modalities’ workshop, 2021
︎ EN & FR
‘Critical Questions around digitisation’, Chao Tayiana Maina for MuseumFutures ‘Thinking Digitally’ workshop, 2021
︎ EN ︎ FR
‘Thinking through digitisation and digital engagement’, Chao Tayiana Maina for MuseumFutures ‘Thinking Digitally’ workshop. 2021
Request ︎ EN ︎ FR
'How to document everything, presentation’, Francis Burger for MuseumFutures ‘documentation’ workshop, 2021
Request ︎ EN & FR
* This list will grow as resources are created - check back here for updates *