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Interview with the Adopt-a-Museum Creator

June 14, 2012

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I’m really excited to be featured on THEMUSEUM Blog this week! A couple of months ago, Derek Weidl, Digital Media & Marketing Coordinator at THEMUSEUM, did an email interview with me about Adopt-a-Museum and my love of museums. As life goes, other things got in between, but earlier this week the interview finally got posted. Here’s a re-blog: ———- A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, I reached out to Jennifer Fuchs from Museum140 about her Adopt-A-Museum project, an amazing website she runs where she highlights […]

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Audience research: a job in numbers

January 6, 2012

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Audience research: a job in numbers

While we’re still on the subject of looking back and reflecting on the year that was, I thought I’d re-blog the following post, which was was featured on the National Museums Scotland blog The Feast Bowl last year: ————— My name is Jenni Fuchs, and until recently I was the Audience Research Officer at National Museums Scotland. I used to get asked a lot “What does an Audience Research Officer do?”, so before parting ways with the museum to start a new life in Berlin, I […]

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Member of the Week

July 29, 2011

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Member of the Week on The Museum Resource Network

I’m really thrilled to have been chosen as ‘Member of the Week’ on The Museum Resource Network. Thanks Megan! Here’s a screenshot:   Related posts you might like:

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I’m a Museum Person

February 18, 2011

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Earlier this week, I was thrilled to be featured on the Museumist website in their running series “I’m a Museum Person”. Here is a re-blog of the interview: “My name is Jenni Fuchs, and I’m a Museum Person.” Tell us a little about yourself. I’m an expat German living in Edinburgh and work for National Museums Scotland as their Audience Research Officer. I also sit on the Board of ICOM’s Committee for Education and Cultural Action, and write a museum blog. In my free time […]

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