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Working collaboratively with designers from an early stage in the exhibition making process was a critical part of exploring these strategies. The exhibitions themselves provide a rich text for analysis from perspectives that concern changing understandings of Australian migration history and experience as well as those interested in museum exhibition practice.
The website project is a further iteration of the exhibitions, using another frame for display and discussion, and in this sense extends the research into a further phase. Bennett, T.
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Probyn, E. Vice, S. Witcomb, A. Humanities Research , 15 3 in press. The project About the project About the research Discussion papers Acknowledgements. Making the exhibitions Selecting locations and people Development process Exhibition design Professional collaborations Showing history and place Visitor responses.
Local migration histories Lightning Ridge Robinvale. About the research The purpose of the Migration Memories research was to explore the practical dimensions of making museum exhibitions that might create empathetic contact between very different histories and experiences.
Research methodology and process The research process had two dimensions: making the exhibitions, and documentation and analysis of the methods of exhibition making. Making the exhibitions The methods used in making the exhibitions were based on the position that content, process and form are closely interrelated and that intentions for an exhibition must be followed through each. In summary these were: a focus on migration history rather than migrant cultures; an interest in cultural diversity as expressive of interaction between different people rather than a description of people who are different from the dominant culture; a focus on personal understanding of migration experience in relation to historical context; a focus on specific local migration histories and the material qualities of place; the use of collaborative methods of exhibition development with participants and professionals; the use of design strategies within visual and aural media that would engage audience imagination, support the agency of personal experience and suggest a sense of connection between the exhibits and with viewers.
For this the project drew on models such as those used in theatre, other arts based projects and ethnographic film making Design strategies Migration Memories took the position that formal strategies of exhibition design are as vital to fulfilling exhibition intentions as content and development process. He was born in Jamaica, but his family moved to Brooklyn when he was little, eventually finding their way to suburban Parsippany, New Jersey, where his mother had been hired by a family to take care of a mentally disabled relative. There, Nari and his brothers spent much of their youth as the only black kids in their classes.
They were laughing. I was the only black kid in the school. When Ward discovered he could draw, he went to the School of Visual Arts to study illustration, but it got too expensive.
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He was living in the city now, and no longer the only black face, but this brought with it other problems. It was inspired partly by his brother, then a lawyer with Legal Aid, who used to have that inscribed on his own cards. Ward also recalls one particularly harrowing incident from his SVA year that brought home the urgency of knowing his rights.
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The whole thing seemed like a dream. I was there. I really got scared at that point. Where could this go?