https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYfIFiUUF8I&t=34s; ACMI -The Future of Museums | András Szántó, Rhana Devenport, Suhanya Raffel, Katrina Sedgwick; 1:09:10; As part of the 2021 Melbourne Art Book Fair (26–28 Mar 2021), New York-based author and cultural strategist András Szántó and leading museum directors Rhana Devenport (Art Gallery of South Australia), Suhanya Raffel (M+ Hong Kong) and Katrina Sedgwick (ACMI) reflected on the unforeseen events of 2020 and discussed the challenges and opportunities facing the future of museums. Hosted by Esther Anatolitis.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3j1ClGQKy2w; GCDN Conversations: So what have we learned in the last year?; 1:19:00; The pandemic has hit the cultural sector in different cities in diverse ways, depending on both public health policy and the extent of government support for arts institutions, cultural workers and cultural institutions (an important distinction). But there is a certain homogeneity in the stated aspirations of the cultural sector as it emerges from the crisis: develop deeper relationships with the immediate community and become an indispensable social hub; place social and racial justice at the heart of one's mission and values; develop a digital footprint, and scour the world for a viable underpinning business model. Is this homogeneity of response a good thing? If so, have we any clearer idea now of how to do these things than we did a year ago?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2zFyrvLsr4&list=PLiIS1SCVzYtAwvZN1Q9moeHLoq9EhU3qc&index=1; Imagining the Museum - Panel Discussion; 1:06:10; Suhanya Raffel, Koyo Kouoh & Kamini Sawhney in conversation with András Szántó Exploring the common conditions and diverse contexts that inform their ideas of what defines museums and their future, this panel offers a glimpse into how the institution of the museum is being reimagined and reinvented today. This session also marks the launch of MAP’s new programme Director’s Cut that will present a unique opportunity to hear from museum directors around the world reflecting on their institutional experiences, behind-the-scenes challenges, unique initiatives and more.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjJZ6VOukXs&list=PLiIS1SCVzYtAwvZN1Q9moeHLoq9EhU3qc&index=2; Conversation with Adam Levine and Andras Szanto; 1:01:10; Andras Szanto's book, The Future of the Museum: 28 Dialogues, surveys the emerging landscape of museum practices through conversations with museum directors in fourteen countries on six continents, including Adam Levine, the Director of the Toledo Museum of Art. The picture that emerges is a museum field in transition as museums reassess their ties with audiences and communities, retool their physical and organizational structures, reckon with deep-seated cultural and political currents, and adapt to accelerating technological change. But what does this all mean for the Toledo Museum of Art and how can the TMA contribute to the evolution museums?.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkv1ZV3-1ow&feature=emb_title; Andrá Szántó and Corinne Erni on “The Future of the Museum”; 1:06:10; Join Senior Curator Corinne Erni and museum strategist and author András Szántó in a live-stream conversation as they discuss his new book, The Future of the Museum: 28 Dialogues.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eAHh63FRCs&t=410s; Artists Working with Museums Today; 1:02:18; This panel explores some recent examples of controversies involving artists and museums, as a path to sharing best practices for both sides. Amsterdam-based artist Ahmet Ögüt joined Gaëtane Verna, director of The Power Plant in Toronto, and the author and cultural strategy advisor András Szántó, in a conversation moderated by Georgina Adam, Editor at Large for The Art Newspaper.
https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=245559897012668&ref=watch_permalink; Virtual Roundtable: The Future of the Museum;1:32:23; How do museums fit into the calls for social change that echo around the globe today? Learn about some exciting approaches to inventing and reinventing the museum with two back-to-back conversations in conjunction with the U.S. publication of museum strategist András Szántó’s book The Future of the Museum: 28 Dialogues. First, Szántó discusses new global models with Sandra Jackson-Dumont, director of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles, and Marie-Cécile Zinsou, President and Founder of Benin’s Zinsou Foundation, who offer surprising and original answers to what a museum can be. Then, get an inside look into how museums are reshaping their institutions as Brooklyn Museum director Anne Pasternak speaks with museum directors Victoria Noorthoorn of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Franklin Sirmans of the Pérez Art Museum Miami.