Why does it matter to _you_ what "big" institutions do? I've never
quite understood the emphasis on the size thing.
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> Subject: Big Media Art. March Theme of the Month
> Dear invited participants,
> The discussion list has had a good steady thread about
> education and
> new media for a while, but I'd like to try and encourage
> more debate
> about the original theme of the month- Big Institutions.
> There's been
> some comment about 010101, but any issue relevant to large
> institutions is welcome.
> As there is not much of March left, it would be really great if you
> could contribute a little something - however short, opinionated,
> questioning or pragmatic! Museums and the Web was quite a fun
> conference, did did rather remind me of just how
> comparatively little
> debate we have as new media curators.
> We have about 175 people as list members now - many from
> international museums and galleries.
> Beryl Graham.
> Post Doctoral Research Fellow in New Media, University of Sunderland
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