The fifth lecture of the Vladimir Potanin Foundation’s School of Museum Leadership public lecture series. Broadcast in Russian.
This lecture will look at changing public perceptions and needs. It will explore new approaches for understanding audience motivations for visiting and engaging undertaken by the University of Oxford’s Gardens, Libraries and Museums (GLAM), and will look at how GLAM has responded to its audiences need through case studies of its innovative programming.
Lucy Shaw works for the University of Oxford, where she is Programme Director for Oxford Cultural Leaders, an international executive leadership programme for museums, heritage and the arts, which she launched in 2015 in partnership with Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Lucy is part of a research team exploring the changing expectations and demands of museum leadership and is co-author of The Museum Leadership Report, 2018. Lucy is also Head of Partnerships and Programmes at the University’s Gardens, Libraries and Museums Division (GLAM), where she works with the divisional office team leading on vision and strategy. She manages the GLAM Partnership and Engagement Team, which includes staff working across the Ashmolean Museum, Bodleian Libraries, Botanic Garden and Harcourt Arboretum, History of Science Museum and the Pitt Rivers Museum developing and delivering community engagement and inclusion volunteering programmes. Outside of Oxford Lucy is Chair of Neon Dance, and internationally renowned company that engages a diverse and digital population of artists and people in unique experiences.
Moderator: Sofia Kondratieva, independent museum expert, PhD in history, MA in Cultural Management, curator of exhibitions, publishing and event projects.
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PRO ARTE Foundation is the project partner and the programme operator.