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  1. Change doesn't have to be scary if it is participatory. Have we asked the next generation who are not coming to Museums why they aren't? Or what they expect if they did come or who they think goes? Then using that imput, change can be constructed that shares the passions of those who are coming in a way that those who are not can understand and find their own path to the start of their Museum passion.

  2. This was an excellent post. I am still trying to figure out what the first comment was supposed to mean. It's great to see this kind of thought being given to our greatest cultureal institutions – our museums.

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