Exhibition Label Writing and Audience Engagement

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Exhibition Label Writing and Audience Engagement


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Exhibition Label Writing and Audience Engagement
In collaboration with the Curators Committee (CurCom), the Education Committee (EdCom), and National Association for Museum Exhibition (NAME), Professional Networks of the American Alliance of Museums


Exhibition labels can be an important means to deeper audience engagement. This program provides several approaches for including audience voices and telling intriguing stories that can help audiences make connections as part of their museum experience. Winners from past AAM Excellence in Exhibition Label Writing Competitions share their insights about the variety of label writing styles that help people to connect with ideas.   



Sarah Bartlett, senior exhibition developer, SplitRock Studios, Wilmington, NC; Susan Day, director of education, Dar Al Athar al Islamiyyah Museum, Kuwait; Shiralee Hudson, interpretive planner, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; Kathy Talley-Jones, writer and interpretive planner, Los Angeles, CA; Benjamin Filene, director of public history, University of North Carolina, Greensboro (CurCom); Jenny-Sayre Ramberg, director, planning & design, exhibits & design, National Aquarium, Baltimore, MD (EdCom/NAME); James Burns, executive director, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson (CurCom chair)


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