How silence is a superpower in museum and gallery programmes
You’ve probably heard the phrase ‘silence is golden’ before. This proverb suggests that staying quiet or not speaking can be beneficial in certain situations.
How is silence a superpower that we can leverage to our advantage in the design and facilitation of our museum and gallery programmes?
Today I’m talking about why silence matters and I'm going to share some insights into why we should be harnessing this superpower to enhance our programmes.
But I’m also going to explore the flip-side - why some people feel uncomfortable around silence and how you can overcome this discomfort.
Then I’m exploring 8 reasons why silence is beneficial for both you as a facilitator and for your participants.
PS This is part 1 of a two-part series on silence. Next week I'll be exploring how you can add more silence into your programmes.
Download my free Slow Art Guide
Download the Ultimate Thinking Routine List
Join the Slow Looking Club Community on Facebook
Download the NEW resource - how to look at art (slowly)
Curated newsletter by Claire Bown
Episode 93 Slow Art and the Power of Slowing Down with Carl Honoré
Episode 94 Exploring Slow Art Day and Slow Looking with Phyl Terry
Episode 29 How to Develop a Reflective Practice