Articles and research from around the network
Read articles from museums throughout the network to discover their stories
- Events (4)
- Exhibitions (4)
- Inside the artist's studio (8)
- Network updates (8)
- Research and projects (20)
Choreographed Conversations ‘en promenade’
Many of the museums in the network have a limited footprint. Here Shelley Lockwood, Audiences and Volunteer Manager at the David Parr House, discusses how the museum team designed a specialised tours programme for a small Victorian terraced house.
With the addition of Casa Natal Velázquez the ASMN network now has 150 members. The Velázquez house has a unique history, only last year being saved from demolition. In this article we take a look at some of the hidden histories of our museums.
Smartify and the digital museum
One of the biggest challenges with interpreting Studio Museums is signage; how and where to display it. Smartify is a free mobile app offering an alternative to traditional museum signage, here Co-Founder Anna Lowe talks about Smartify and the digital futures of our museums.
Developing the Artist's Studio Museum Network website
The pace of change in the Digital Age is at an all time high and it’s not set to slow down. Here FARM Digital discusses their development of the Artist's Studio Museum Network Website.
Bringing sculpture to life: 70 years of the Musée Rodin in Meudon
Rodin’s final home was opened to visitors in 1948 and for seventy years the museum has welcomed visitors into the heart of Rodin’s creative process. For the 70th anniversary in 2018 the museum underwent a transformation.
Re-introducing the Artist's Studio Museum Network
With the launch of the new Artist's Studio Museum Network website we wanted to look back at the formation of the network in 2016. At Watts Gallery - Artists' Village the network formation coincided with the addition of their own studio museum and the discovery of this world of wonderful museums.
A house built from memory
The 'recreation', 're-presentation' and 're-assemblage' of The Mackintosh House .
Where the pathway rises from the depths of the valley...
Lo Studio Simi is a museum with a unique history. The former summer home of Italian artists Filadelfo Simi (1843-1923) and Nera Simi (1890-1987), it served as inspiration for many of their works and became a refuge for Nera Simi during World War II.
Free admission, priceless experiences
Once in a while a museum joins our network that is lucky enough to be able to offer free admission. Read on to discover the studios behind the artists.