Latest posts tagged as John Orna-Ornstein

Museums Director John Orna-Ornstein blogs about why early experiences in museums matter, and looks forward to the Kids in Museums Twitter Takeover Day tomorrow.

Conisborough School - Museum of London

John Orna-Ornstein on 19 Aug 2015

Today (Wednesday 10 June) is the launch of I Love Museums, a new campaign led by the National Museum Directors’ Council (NMDC) to celebrate and support UK museums.

People across the country today are sharing why museums are important to them, and we’re bringing you our Museums Director, John Orna-Ornstein, with his top 5 reasons to love this country’s museums.

John Orna-Ornstein on 10 Jun 2015

Our Director of Museums, John Orna-Ornstein, blogs about how museums are changing the way they relate to the people who visit them.

Tiny Explorers - Image courtesy of Historic Royal Palaces - Hadley Studios

John Orna-Ornstein on 24 Apr 2015

The dinner table conversation at my house last week revolved around the difficult environment facing museums at the moment. My family were asking me the question:

‘Why would anyone choose to work in a museum?’

John Orna-Ornstein on 6 Oct 2014

I go to museums a lot; it’s part of Arts Council keeping fully in touch with what’s happening around the country. But Friday was unusual even for me. I visited all eight Cambridge University museums and galleries in a single day: an exhausting, inspiring whistle stop tour.

John Orna-Ornstein on 8 Sep 2014

I’m not good with heights, never have been, never will be. So climbing a hundred foot up the main mast of ss Great Britain in Bristol to mark the launch of a new heritage experience – Go Aloft! – was always going to be a challenge.

John Orna-Ornstein on 8 Apr 2014