Audience Focus



Selected publications

In order to share what we learn with the wider professional field of museums and other free-choice learning organizations, Audience Focus encourages its partners to join them in co-authoring articles about our projects.  A few featured publications are listed below.



List of recent publications

  • Luke, J. & Ancelet, J. (2014) The Role of Evaluation in Reimagining the Art Museum. Journal of Museum Education
  • Helal, D., Ancelet, J., & Maxon, H. (2013) Lessons Learned: Evaluating the Whitney’s Multimedia Guide. Selected Papers from Museums & the Web North America
  • Adams, M. (2012) Museum Evaluation: Where Have We Been? What Has Changed? and Where Do We Need to Go Next? Journal of Museum Education
  • Family Learning in Interactive Art Galleries, IMLS-funded research collaborative with Audience Focus, Institute for Learning Innovation, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, the High Museum of Art, & the Speed Art Museum, 2011,
  • Ancelet, J., Butler, S., & Ong, A. (2011) Exhibit Review: Object Stories. Museums and Social Issues
  • Koke, J. & Adams, M., eds. (Fall 2008) Institution Wide Interpretive Planning. Journal of Museum Education
  • Luke, J.J., & Adams, M. (2008). What Research Says about Learning in Art Museums. In P. Villeneuve (Ed.), From periphery to center: Art museum education in the 21st century. Reston, VA: National Association of Art Education
  • Stein, J., Adams, M., & Luke, J. (2007). Thinking Evaluatively: A Practical Guide to Integrating the Visitor Voice. Nashville, TN: Association for American and State Local History
  • Kisiel, J. & Ancelet, J. (2006) Uncovering Visitors Conceptions of Fossils and the Fossil Record. Visitor Studies