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Global Art Forum Building Museums. Presentation by Gail Dexter Lord, President Lord Cultural Resources Doha, Qatar March 2009. The Purpose Built Museum. 2. The Museum of Islamic Art What makes it so brilliant? . Guiding Vision Collection Architecture Exhibition design

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Global Art ForumBuilding Museums

Presentation byGail Dexter Lord, PresidentLord Cultural Resources

Doha, Qatar

March 2009



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The Museum of Islamic ArtWhat makes it so brilliant?

  • Guiding Vision

  • Collection

  • Architecture

  • Exhibition design

  • Dedicated leadership

  • Focus on learning

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What are museums for?

  • Preservation of the creations of nature and humanity

  • Research & interpretation

  • Life long learning

  • Pleasure

  • Prestige & diplomacy

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Why are museums important today?

  • Preservation

  • Anchors for knowledge generation

  • Creativity & community development

  • Cultural tourism

  • Life long learning

  • Urban development

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How are museums changing?

  • More visitors

  • New museum types

  • Access to collections

  • Reassertion of national identities in a globalized world

  • Spectacular visitor experiences

  • Strong museum brands

  • Global partnerships

  • Web museums/Virtual exhibitions

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California

Museum Cluster

USA

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West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong

Cultural districts

ASIA

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Urban Regeneration/Development

EUROPE

Guggenheim, Bilbao


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Denver Art Museum, Colorado

Urban Regeneration/Development

Denver Art Museum

USA

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The Lowry, Salford, UK

Urban Regeneration/Development

© The Lowry

EUROPE

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Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg

Idea Museum

CANADA

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King Abdulaziz Center for Knowledge and Culture, Saudi Arabia

Cultural Catalysts

ASIA

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How do we plan museums to support these changes?

Management

Planning

Marketing

MUSEUM

PLANNING

Architecture

Design

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Organization of Museum Functions

Administration

planning, policy, procedures, personnel,

Finances, institutional relations

  • Assets

  • Collections

  • Buildings & grounds

  • Equipment

  • Documentation

  • Conservation

  • Security

  • Programs

  • Research

  • Exhibition

  • Interpretation

  • Education

  • Extension

  • Marketing


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Planning for Collections Management

Cost of Museum Functions


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Programs

Evaluation

Collections

Analysis

Market

Analysis

Institutional

Context

Institutional Plan

The Museum’s Needs

  • Staff

  • Space

  • Facilities

Museum Planning Process - Overview

Visitor Analysis

£/$

Implementation


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Zone A 20%

Zone B 40%

Zone C 20%

Zone D 20%

ZONING

APPROACH

TO PLANNING

NORMATIVE SPACE DISTRIBUTION BY ZONE


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Circulation Path: Artefacts and Works of Art

Artefact or

Work of Art

Crate

Non-Public Collections

Public Collections

Loading

Bay

Security

Booth

Shipping-

Receiving

Documentation

Office

Crate

Store

Crating-

Uncrating

Dark

room

Photo

Studio

Isolation-

Holding

Fumigation

Store

Exhibit

Prep.

Clean

Work-

Shop

Exhibit

Prep.

Dirty

Work-

Shop

Transit

Store

Collection

Store

Conservation

Lab

Curatorial

Examination

Rooms

Permanent

Collection

Galleries

Temporary or Art

Exhibition

Galleries



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Public Access and Circulation (Not to Scale)

Event Support

Kitech

Non-Collection

Delivery Access

Temporary

Exhibition

Gallery

Permanent

Collection

Exhibition

Galleries

Non-Collection

Delivery Access

Orientation

Gallery

Garbage

Bins

Food

Store

Kitchen

Reception

Room

Theater

Support

Areas

Theater

Public

Elevators

and

Stairs

Cafe

Group or

Theater

Entrance (?)

Donor/VIP

Lounge

Library

Discovery

Gallery

Assembly Area

Cloakroom

Group

Entrance

Group

Staging

Area

Washrooms/Infant Care

Museum

Store

Tickets

Main Lobby

First Aid

Art/Demo

Studio

Vestibule

Seminar

Rooms

A. Public Non-Collection Zone

Retail

Office

B. Public Collection Zone

Stock

C. Non-Public Non-Collection Zone

Main Public

Entrance


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Tate Modern, London

Visitor Centered Museum

EUROPE

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