This week's blog post comes to you in a different format.
As part of the AHRC's funded, Cultural Value Project (http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/Funded-Research/Funded-themes-and-programmes/Cultural-Value-Project/Pages/default.aspx), myself, Jocelyn Dodd (Research Centre for Museums and Galleries, University of Leicester) and Richard Sandell (Professor of Museum Studies, University of Leicester) undertook a critical review of 20 years of literature to identify how users describe their museum and gallery experiences and to what extent these experiences make a difference to the public realm.
The outcomes of this project were presented at a research forum held at the University of Leicester on the 25th February 2015. The session is available on youtube and is divided into three sections:
- An introduction to the session
- My presentation on the research, concluding with three provocations
- The discussion that followed.