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Senate Appropriations Report Proposes $1 Million Increase for OMS

Advocacy Alert – September 20, 2019 Senate Appropriations Report Proposes $1 Million Increase for OMS This week the Senate Appropriations Committee released its draft Fiscal Year (FY) …

Contact Your Senators: $5 Billion Proposed to be Diverted from the Senate Labor-HHS-Education Funding Bill

#InviteCongress: Recess Underway, Make the Case for Museums

Summer Advocacy Session: #InviteCongress, National Voter Registration Day, and Legislative Update

Museums Matter – Invite Congress to Visit Your Museum and Legislative Updates

Contact Congress Now! – Chance for Historic Funding Increase for the Office of Museum Services

Great news! House Subcommittee Approves $15 Million Increase for IMLS (UPDATED BELOW)

Representatives to Consider IMLS Funding; Thank Senators for Support of OMS

Act Now: Urge Your Senators to Support the Office of Museum Services

Friday 3/22 Deadline: Ask Representatives to Support the IMLS Office of Museum Services

Ask Representatives to Support the IMLS Office of Museum Services

Congratulations Museum Advocates – Let’s Keep Advocating for Museums!

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You’re Doing What?!: The Cañada Alamosa Project, we called it

Category: Ad Summa: Museums and Creative Aging
Dennis O’Toole has held leadership roles in museums throughout his career, as well as been a prominent force in the American Association for State and Local History. His column below is the …

Decolonizing the Future: museums as agents of generational equity

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
“We treat the future like a distant colonial outpost devoid of people, where we can freely dump ecological degradation, technological risk, nuclear waste and public debt, and that we feel …

Growing Audiences with the Annual Survey of Museum-Goers

Category: Surveys & Reports
Who visits our museums? What are their motivations, and what do they expect from the experience? Alternatively, who is not visiting, and why not? These are critical questions for the future …