Conference delegate, Vishalakshi Roy, Director at Earthen Lamp, details her highlights of this year’s conference below.
Stay Curious was my fourth AMA conference and like in previous years, the event was a very interesting measure for how the discussions and priorities of the arts and heritage sector are changing. Here are seven thoughts from seven different speakers that have stayed with me, and I hope this gives you something to reminisce and relive your conference experience.
Non-judgemental curiosity is the root of innovation and creativity
– Russell Willis Taylor, Consultant
You get the trustees you deserve
– Alli Houseworth, Method 121
Is it possible that cinema audiences have a deeper experience than live audiences for the same event?- Catherine Bunting, Consultant
Heritage organisations need to harness the efforts of their Peacock visitors.
– Richard Evans, Beamish, The Living Museum of the North
The collective noun for disabled people is not a “bus-load”.
– Jo Verrent, Unlimited
Pointification is not a game – there is no play.
– Ron Evans, Group of Minds
Without data you are just another person with an opinion.
– W. Edwards Deming via Libby Penn, Spektrix
Vishalakshi Roy is Director at Earthen Lamp. Follow them on Twitter @earthen_lamp