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21/10/2012

Liens - un peu de théorie pour ce dimanche

http://veilletourisme.ca/2008/09/30/les-voyages-forment-l...

http://www.qualite-publique.org/La-prise-en-compte-des-pu...

http://www.persee.fr/web/revues/home/prescript/article/pu...

http://www.wallacefoundation.org/knowledge-center/audienc...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_most_visited_art_mus...

http://newsfeed.time.com/2012/01/05/the-worlds-most-visit...

"It’s no surprise that the Louvre has yet again claimed the title of the world’s most-visited museum—it’s only the home of the world’s most popular woman: Mona Lisa."

"....perhaps people are seeking out art as an escape from the realities of daily life."

http://goparis.about.com/od/parismuseums/tp/louvre-museum...

http://www.slideshare.net/davidbloy/how-museums-and-the-t...

http://www.wikihow.com/Enjoy-a-Museum

"Take a friend or two. Visiting museums is always a lot more fun when you are with someone else to share the experience with and to talk over what you're seeing. A friend also brings another perspective when you talk about what you see amongst yourselves."

http://www.wikihow.com/Help-Children-Enjoy-a-Museum

http://www.wikihow.com/Create-Your-Own-Museum

http://reachadvisors.typepad.com/museum_audience_insight/...

Who Really Values Museums?

Interestingly, in this first look at the data, only one audience segment really stood out as increasing their visitation: Parents of children 5 and under. With a focus on child development and learning, ...these families are more likely to be putting more time, and money, into what they perceive to be high-value experiences that are critical to their children's development.

Other respondents, that is, older Core Visitors, and Core Visitors in their 30s and 40s without children, were generally unchanged in their museum-going habits.  Which also indicates that in tough times, they are not willing to cut museums out. 

http://reachadvisors.typepad.com/museum_audience_insight/...

http://www.insights.org.uk/articleitem.aspx?title=A%20Mod...

Museum motivation drivers typology

Drivers Motivations
Social
  • I’m drawn to interesting buildings
  • To go to a major attraction
  • An enjoyable way to pass the time
  • Nice place to spend time with friends/family
  • To visit the shop/café
Intellectual
  • Encourage children’s interest in art/history/culture
  • Improve my own knowledge
  • Personal interest in the subject
  • Academic/professional interest in the subject
Emotional
  • Get a better understanding of people/culture, etc.
  • Reminded what life was like when I was younger
  • Experience what the past was like
  • A strong sense of personal connection or identity
  • To have an emotionally moving experience
  • See fascinating, awe-inspiring things
  • See beautiful things in an attractive setting
Spiritual
  • Stimulate my own creativity
  • For peaceful, quiet contemplation

Source: Morris Hargreaves McIntyre www.lateralthinkers.com

http://www.creative-choices.co.uk/develop-your-career/art...

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