Museums in Motion

Museums in Motion (MiM) is a partnership project with Hertfordshire Museums and makeAMPLIFY that includes dance, technology and heritage.  It involves workshops, residencies and the production of installation work.

Museums in Motion Featured Film

Latest News from Museums in Motion

We are back in motion!  Museums in Motion 2.0 kickstarted in February with a residency for young people in Hitchin at the British Schools Museum. The featured film is the outcome of that residency.

The project asks…

‘What is inside your mobile phone?’

Each Museums in Motion installation unpacks mobile technology to explore what objects and technology use to fulfill the job of apps and functions of a mobile today and how that impacts the way people live, behave and move.  Remembering life before music and film streaming, blogs, on-line gaming, search engines, email, instant messaging and on-line photo sharing.

Future Museums in Motion residencies and installations will be taking place throughout 2018/19 at: Royston Museum, Watford Museum, 
Stevenage Museum, North Hertfordshire Museum, St Albans Museum.

Museums in Motion is a partnership project with six Hertfordshire Museums, managed by BEEE Creative CIC, with artistic direction from makeAMPLIFY, with funding raised by The National Lottery and awarded to the project by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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Calendar of Events

 29 May 2018

Young Leaders Workshop at British Schools Museum

 30 May 2018

Young Leaders Workshop at Stevenage Museum

 23 – 25 July 2018

Three-day residency at North Hertfordshire Museum

 26 July 2018

Young Leaders Workshop at Watford Museum

 27 July 2018

Young Leaders Workshop at the new museum in St Albans

17 – 19 September 2018

Three-day residency at the new museum in St Albans

 15 September to 26 October 2018

Film installation at the new St Albans Museum

 15 September 2018

North Hertfordshire Museum Installation Launch

 15 September to 26 October 2018

Film installation at North Hertfordshire Museum

22 – 24 October 2018

Three-day residency at Royston Museum