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Interpretive Planning and Audience Engagement in Museums

Interpretive Planning and Audience Engagement in Museums 

Interpretive Planning Recording

Speaker: Shiralee Hudson Hill, Museum Planning Consultant and Lecturer, Museum Studies, University of Toronto.

Presentation date: February 2 2021

Shiralee Hudson Hill is an award-winning museum planner known for creating engaging and memorable experiences. A lecturer with the Museums Studies program at the University of Toronto, she has also guest lectured at Harvard University, the Ontario College of Art and Design, and Ryerson University. She spent over a decade leading interpretive planning work at the Art Gallery of Ontario. She has also advised on cultural projects worldwide as a consultant with Lord Cultural Resources and managed community initiatives with Arts Etobicoke.