“We need radical ideas if we want museums to become accessible spaces in our communities,” says Marianne Bargeman, Head of Learning and Interpretation at ARoS, one of Scandinavian’s largest art museums

“We need to understand… that the community is not a homogenous, compliant group.”

ARoS Public — rethinking the museum experience as a modern community centre
[Img The Eye Tracker at ARoS Public]

“I would love for museums to become spaces that encourage political discussion and debate.”

“At ARoS Public, we use digital when we cannot achieve our goals using more traditional means.”

The Recording Booth, ARoS Public (click here for img src)

“Start with a purpose… be honest, are you relevant to your local community, city or region?”

ARoS Salon, the venue for the Digital Identities seminar (img src)

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