Date: Monday, May 13, 2019 – 9:30am – 4pm
Location: Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre, Junction of Highways 3B and 22, Rossland BC
Instructor: Kim Gough
Creating innovative, responsive programs for visitors is key to building new audiences and converting occasional visitors into returning visitors and members. The morning session is facilitated by Kim Gough, Learning Program Developer at the Royal BC Museum, and you will work in small teams to work through steps of the Design Thinking process to build skills in creating new programs with visitors, not just for them. This process is scalable for different types and sizes of institutions. Design Thinking uses elements like empathy, ideation and experimentation to arrive at innovative solutions that suit visitors’ needs and expectations.
After lunch, workshop participants will have time to network, brainstorm and develop ideas together for new educational programming at their institutions.
Register today! $40 for BCMA members; $90 for non-members
If you’re not a member yet, consider becoming one today! Individual memberships are only $50 and Institutional memberships start at $100. Learn more here: http://museumsassn.bc.ca/members/
Please bring your own lunch. Morning coffee and afternoon energy breaks will be provided.