Kirsten is the Vice-President of Collections & Exhibitions at CHM. She is responsible for the museum’s preservation and interpretation mission and oversees the collections management, curatorial and media teams. She joined the Museum in 2000 and has played a key role in developing the strategic direction of CHM, including the development of the Museum’s permanent exhibition Revolution. Kirsten’s background is in museum studies and exhibition design.
What is software? You can’t taste it, smell it, or touch it but they say it’s everywhere and it’s changing our lives forever. Since I started working at the Computer History Museum back in 2000, I’ve heard curators, trustees, volunteers, almost everyone, talk about how we need to tell the story of software.Read More