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Facing the old dilemmas while challenging new market opportunities. This has encouraged and, in some opin- zeje da se usmjere od kolekcija prema posjetite- ions, forced museums to turn their focus from ljima. In addition, museums have novim tehnologijama u obliku virtualnih muzeja faced competition and new technologies in the i virtualne stvarnosti.
XXVI , br. Throughout their history, museums have washima, Some reports show that museums constantly struggled to overcome modern chal- are still not projecting the right image Mencarelli, lenges. Museums have faced a market that not visiting them because of their image as boring, is totally strange and unwelcoming to them. They operate in a highly day business, in order to provide insight into the competitive leisure market, trying to meet the complex world of museum marketing.
Decades later, the bond The second part provides insight into the his- between museums and marketing is becoming torical development of museum marketing, for stronger, but not strong enough. The theoretical frame- are still struggling today. Primarily, these emerge work presented here is based on relevant aca- from the fact that museum marketing is a relatively demic and professional literature. Although there is by a discussion and important conclusions.
The 2. AMA, There is a substantial and expanded in line with contemporary arts body of literature about arts marketing and mu- marketing practice and academic research. Several stud- the people to ies have been conducted in order to investigate enjoy and to learn the real picture of museum marketing.
All of Source: Rentschler, R. Mu- these studies have shown some improvements seum Marketing: Competing in the Global Market- in the perception of marketing in comparison to place.
Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann. It smelled of commercialism and might as tactics, marketing as strategy and marketing pollute the sacredness of their objects and mis- as culture. According to Kotler et al. Fi- , p. Museums are places where catering, merchandise, recordings, sponsor- visitors encounter authentic, aesthetic, inspi- ship, workshops and ancillary products; rational, and learning experiences.
Some authors also dissemination of information related to those use the term museum service product e. They discovered terest and lack of information about museum of- that, even if visitors were pleased with the initial ferings, some young adults were not motivated experience, most of them who visited a museum enough to visit museums.
Each trend was evaluated by 56 French edge and rational values in the museum indus- museum professionals. The authors stress the try.
The examination of marketing theories ences in their behavior patterns and characteris- from the point of view of services in muse- tics. McLean , p. Lagrosen , p. He service, he purchases a set of intangible activi- concludes that museums can be characterized ties carried out on his behalf.
But when he buys as services, rather than goods-producing organ- an experience, he pays to spend time enjoying izations. Dirse- 1. Hence, Mencarelli et al. Pine and Gilmore es. Choosing between future trends in , focusing on demographic trends, changes in the geopolitical and econom- collections and visitors ic landscape, shifts in technology and commu- nications, and the rise of new cultural expecta- The purpose of museums has changed through tions.
They urged museums to react — whether history. McLean, Because museums are essential- ly object-based, their existence depends on this Most of the reasons underlying a dilemma faced McLean, Evidently, the custodial approach by museums throughout history still exist today.
How are they dealing with has its historically grounded reasons. In the line the rise of new technologies in the museum en- with this, research done by Lagier and De Barnier vironment? Answering these two questions be- shows that the historical function of mu- comes a modern museum challenge in the 21st seums — conservation — is their mission. Addi- century. To achieve lic forum; between the museum as a pedagogic educational aims, museum exhibitions today pursuit and as a place of enjoyment; between the feature interactive electronic media, demonstra- museum as a process of collecting and research tions, storytelling, theatrical, dance and musical and as the outreach of education and exhibition; performances, and hands-on activities Kotler and between the scholar and the layman, among et al.
Recently, some research studies demanding and discerning visitors. Marketing have investigated opinions among museum becomes the connection between museums professionals regarding edutainment see Ballof- and visitors, because the marketing professional, fet et al.
According to these authors, one of the under- entation, as the underlying philosophy for their lying reasons for the shift towards edutainment strategy.
Similarly, Kotler et al. A study by Lagier and De Barnier itors does not have to be a question of only one , p. Rise of edutainment, Pulh, Interestingly, a recent Themed has emerged Addis, Edutainment is en- Entertainment Association report shows statistics tertainment that is designed to be educational of worldwide visits to museums and theme parks Merriam-Webster Dictionary, The edutain- such as Walt Disney World.
On the to Goulding , p. Bergamasco, , p. This ten- education and of overall immersive experiences. Museums are interested in the digitaliza- it is clear that in the arts marketing and muse- tion of their collections because they want to um literature there are a number of open issues, make the content of museums accessible to the still waiting to be resolved.
A visitor to a virtual reach the next step in its development. Kotler et tioned above are doing research in museum al.
According to Schweibenz , p. Museums resisted the the museum marketing literature, the term muse- change of focus from rich collections to visitors. Also, while the AMA, ing has become their means of survival. This leads nature of museum marketing, as a discipline that to the conclusion that marketing is still not fully uses marketing not only as tactics, but as strate- understood in the museum community.
Their importance and in- et al. Therefore, museums must not be even and some museums are still struggling to accept slightly neglected in marketing anymore. Others, however, have embraced it and ment, that have received a great deal of attention enjoy the results of that decision.
The real question is what is stopping marketing scholars from join- As the product-versus-services debate in muse- ing in? Muse- and museum marketing. In addition, constantly, many museums have a hard time many museums can sell products souvenirs in tracking the changes in their environment and their gift shops, which does not make museums adapting to them accordingly.
For a long time, goods-producing organizations Lagrosen, It is not recom- tions. They have gradually abandoned a full ob- mended to fully abandon the collection focus, ject focus and become more people-focused. Thus, some es, apart from exhibitions as their core service. It would also be there are countless museums which still resist more prudent to let marketing professionals take becoming more open. They also resist accepting care of visitor, and allow them to follow trends the fact that the world of museums and art in in a wider cultural and entertainment environ- general has changed, and no one can stop such ment.
In this way, they could react on time when changes because they are outside of the sphere changes occur. Successful their key for survival, especially when new tech- museums around the world — which have ac- nologies and cultural consumption reshape the cepted marketing and used its potential — bring museum world all over again. In the beginning, the fear of anything As new technologies are becoming a reality for new — and which might bring radical changes to museums, resistance among some museums is the museum — was obvious in museum practice, also growing as they consider these technologies and therefore stigmatized.
Today, many agree to be harmful and undesirable. Museums are gen- that edutainment is an inevitable trend that mu- erally slow to accept any kind of change. First, they seums need to take advantage of to get closer to reject almost any change in their path, but even- their visitors.
After being consid- e. They Today, many museum professionals agree that have become an opportunity for spreading a marketing is essential to museums. The future of museums can be a bright one, if they decide to collaborate more with marketing professionals, Many museums have become places open to with their visitors in the creation of new services, a diverse audience, as they have adjusted their and with academia in research.
Addis, M. New technologies and cultural consumption — edutainment is born!. European Journal of Marketing, 39 7 , pp. AECOM
All rights reserved. The relevance of four curriculum theories to museum practice is demonstrated by relating each theory to findings from an exhibit evaluation and to extant museum education literature. As a museum with a modest marketing budget, you are going to have the greatest impact if you can activate an enthusiastic micro-target via their pre-existing passion for whatever it is. Messages 9 7. Use this template to capture the key information that you need to develop a thorough marketing strategy. Incorporating a theory of justice, it would erode boundaries created by presentation traditions which, though marginal to object experiences, discriminate in favour of specific social groups—often groups with whom staff identify.
Museums have never had it so good. New ones are being built all over the place, and existing ones are expanding; fund-raising campaigns have never been so successful, and visitor numbers have never been higher. Last year, for the first time ever, American museums attracted more than a billion visitors. Revenues from other sources, such as gift shops, sales counters, cafeterias, etc.
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A marketing plan is the road map of where your museum is going. It should relate to both the Strategic Plan and the Business Plan. A plan should contain detailed marketing approaches on all aspects of the museum including public programs, education programs, social events and general themes of the museum. What is museum marketing when you do not have a large or consistent budget for it or even a dedicated marketing department?
На легком летнем костюме, как и на загорелой коже, не было ни морщинки. Его густые волосы имели натуральный песочный оттенок, а глаза отливали яркой голубизной, которая только усиливалась слегка тонированными контактными линзами. Оглядывая свой роскошно меблированный кабинет, он думал о том, что достиг потолка в структуре АНБ. Его кабинет находился на девятом этаже - в так называемом Коридоре красного дерева.
Он же в аэропорту. Где-то там, на летном поле, в одном из трех частных ангаров севильского аэропорта стоит Лирджет-60, готовый доставить его домой. Пилот сказал вполне определенно: У меня приказ оставаться здесь до вашего возвращения.
Сирены по-прежнему выли. Пять секунд. Шесть секунд. - Утечка информации. - Никаких изменений.
В голове у Сьюзан беспрестанно крутилась мысль о контактах Танкадо с Хейлом.
Сьюзан было запротестовала, но Стратмор не дал ей говорить. - Вы меня не знаете, молодой человек. Я рисковал всю свою жизнь. Хотите меня испытать.
Беккер закрыл глаза, стиснул зубы и подтянулся. Камень рвал кожу на запястьях. Шаги быстро приближались. Беккер еще сильнее вцепился во внутреннюю часть проема и оттолкнулся ногами.
Пол был уставлен десятками больничных коек. В дальнем углу, прямо под табло, которое когда-то показывало счет проходивших здесь матчей, он увидел слегка покосившуюся телефонную будку. Дай Бог, чтобы телефон работал, мысленно взмолился Беккер. Двигаясь к будке, он нащупывал в кармане деньги. Нашлось 75 песет никелевыми монетками, сдача от поездки в такси, - достаточно для двух местных звонков.
Все глаза были устремлены на нее, на руку Танкадо, протянутую к людям, на три пальца, отчаянно двигающихся под севильским солнцем. Джабба замер. - О Боже! - Он внезапно понял, что искалеченный гений все это время давал им ответ.
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