Category: Communication

EASY-TO-READ: A MUSEUM FOR EVERYBODY

Easy-to-Read headding

Cristina Riera Image from the website of Asociación de Lectura Fácil This article has been written and published regarding the easy-to-read standards. AN ACCESSIBLE MUSEUM The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya is working to improve physical, intellectual, sensory and digital access for everybody. The museum’s objective is to guarantee equal access to culture, and to…

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Author: Cristina Riera

Is immersion the crucial new algorithm for cultural experiences?

Insights from the 4th Cultural Heritage Conference, Barcelona Irina Grevtsova In recent years, the word “immersive” has become fashionable and it is used to describe almost everything: living as a local in a tourist destination; bathing beneath waterfalls in a digital cascade; going on stage and interacting with actors; taking selfies in pop-up installations, or…

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Author: Z_ Guest blogger

Affective communication: a very powerful tool of change

Sandra Esteban The demands of everyday life, the fragmentation of work spaces (both physical as well as organisational) and the excess of technification, means that we are increasingly working in a more isolated and disconnected way from each other. This reality, which can be found in a large number of organisations, leads to a deterioration…

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Author: Sandra Esteban

The museum is on the move!

Núria Perales and Patrícia Prats The Museu Nacional is in constant movement and we have started the year with an action in the street which allows us to confirm this literally. A total of 14 works of the collection have travelled by tram for two months and have surprised the travellers, more accustomed to seeing…

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Author: Ana Ponce

A personal invitation from Gala Dalí

Elisabet Pueyo We receive an invitation.  As if it was from Gala herself, the team of the Fundación Gala Salvador Dalí invited us to get to know the castle of Púbol, the refuge of Gala in the Empordà. On the occasion of the exhibition Gala-Dalí which the Museu Nacional is co-organizing with the Foundation this…

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Author: Elisabet Pueyo

200 articles published in the blog!

We have reached 200 articles published in the blog of the museum! That’s why we are producing a collection of the articles which have been followed with greater interest by our readers and we take advantage of this to ask you at the end about the topics you would like us to talk about in…

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Author: Redacció museu

New web content, the most viewed, the most shared

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Author: Redacció museu

#MuseumWeek 2017

Museums from all over the world participated in #MuseumWeek, from 19th to 25th June this year. During this event more than 4,200 museums from the five continents synchronized the contents to concentrate on Twitter  the chats generated around some specific topics for each day of the week. This was the fourth edition in which our…

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Author: Redacció museu

The 5 most-read posts in the second year of the blog

Two years ago in the museum we decided to show our less visible face and share the hidden work behind the collection. This blog has allowed us to make known the behind-the-scenes of the of the museum, and the brushstrokes that we have been adding from the inside to make up the major work of…

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Author: Redacció museu

Do we have a content strategy in museums? Do we need one?

Conxa Rodà Yes and no would be the short answers to the question in the title. Not developed enough and not in the majority of the cultural centres would be a more elaborate answer to the first question.  And yes, a content strategy is necessary and useful to bring the goals of the centres into…

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Author: Conxa Rodà