Jasper Visser is an international change agent and social and cultural innovator and senior partner at VISSCH+STAM. He helps organizations connect with their audience and facilitates community and cocreation processes. Jasper has extensive experience in the cultural and heritage sectors and social institutions.
Jasper has a background in educational design and community-driven development. He started his career as an independent consultant and designer of (educational) programmes and projects for organisations such as the World Bank and the European Union, as well as NGOs and social initiatives. In 2009 Jasper joined the National Museum of History of the Netherlands as project manager new technologies and media. Recently, Jasper has worked internationally on strategy development and audience engagement projects for a wide range of clients including the European Parliament, the State Library of New South Wales, the National Arts Centre of Canada and Philips.
Jasper developed Cards for Culture and Wie is de leraar? (Who’s a teacher?) together with Erik Schilp. He codeveloped the Digital Engagement Framework, is associated lecturer at the Reinwardt Academy and expert advisor for various projects.
On The Museum of the Future Jasper writes about museums and culture in times of technological and social change.
Photo by Rainer Kurzeder.