Can Constraints Make You More Creative?
Organizational Planning and Evaluation
Washington State Convention Center  Sunday, May 18  2-3:15 p.m.     606-607 
Learn how Ukrainian museums under differing economic pressures and social expectations—outdated ideologies, public mistrust, organizational silos and stifling bureaucracy—find ways to innovate. Working together, we will all explore how we can reframe our own constraints into innovative solutions.

Global Perspectives

Session Format :    Idea Forum

Learner Outcomes

Eugene Chervonyi - Museum of Folk Architecture and Life in Lviv

Tricia Edwards - National Museum of American History

Tatiana Kochubinska -

Linda Norris -

Linda Norris is an independent professional focusing on the ways in which creativity can transform museums, shaping more compelling narratives and deeper community connections. She is the co-author with Rainey Tisdale, of Creativity in Museum Practice and blogs at The Uncataloged Museum.

Olesya Ostrovka -