Debra Everett-Lane talks about activating the audience’s museum experience at AAM’s Marketplace of Ideas, May 8
Posted April 26, 2017
If you are looking for ideas on how to activate your audience within the museum experience, meet with Debra Everett-Lane, ESI Design’s Director of Content and Activity Design at the 2017 American Alliance of Museum’s (AAM) Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo.
Debra will be presenting at the Marketplace of Ideas in the NAME section at 3:00pm.
Activate Your Audience: What to Expect
Are you looking for new ways to identify with your audience, engage them in immersive activities, or to invite them to co-create the museum experience? Debra will show how ESI Design has done this at the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute of the U.S. Senate, and the new Statue of Liberty Museum.
Attendees will be invited to participate in a group activity that ESI designed for the Edward M. Kennedy Institute of the U.S. Senate. Cloakroom Conversations is a card game where participants act as senators and work together in a behind-the-scenes strategy session to create a balanced bill. The name Cloakroom Conversations represents the space where Senators discuss and debate issues (and get most of the real work done) in private conversations away from the Chamber floor.
Catch Debra in the AAM Marketplace of Ideas in the NAME section (adjacent to the MuseumExpo floor, look for the ESI Design banner)
3:00-4:00pm, Monday, May 8, 2017
America’s Center Convention Complex, St Louis, MO
Are you heading to AAM’s Museum Expo in St Louis?
Let’s meet up! Email Debra to make time for coffee.