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Museums Change Their Approach to Showing White Male Artists

In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, business-as-usual gets a rethink. This article is part of our latest special section on Museums, which focuses on new artists, new …

A Long Way Home for ‘Looted’ Art Is Getting Shorter

Curators at major museums are increasingly grappling with a thorny topic: restitution. This article is part of our latest special section on Museums, which focuses on new artists, new …

Happy Earth Day: One thing you can do to take climate action now

It's hard to know where to start as an organisation trying to play a part in tackling climate change. As we wrap up after greenloop 22, we have one clear message that we would like to …

Museum sector enjoyed growing numbers of visitors in 2021

The Art Newspaper has unveiled the 100 most popular art museums in the world in 2021 in its annual visitor figures survey, with the museum sector welcoming back growing numbers of …

Community and collaboration at the High Museum of Art

Randall Suffolk has been the director of the High Museum of Art since 2015. Previously, he served as director of Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and as director of The Hyde …

Universal Hip Hop Museum Planning Metaverse Experience before Construction of Venue Completed

The birthplace of hip-hop, the Bronx, NY, will have its own museum in approximately two years when the construction of the two-floor Universal Hip-Hop Museum is completed. According to …

Join the Conversation: Creative Aging and the Future of Museums

This is a recorded session from the 2020 AAM Virtual Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo. How can museums embrace the ‘Aging Revolution’ with purpose and intentionality? Learn from four museums …

After MAP, KidsPlay Children’s Museum Is Ready to Build Community Bridges

Through the Museum Assessment Program, museums gain perspective on how to improve core areas of their operations, with a combination of guided self-reflection and close consultation with an …

Changing Expectations, Changing Experiences: Cultural Audiences in the Post‐pandemic World

This is a recorded session from the 2020 AAM Virtual Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo. Audience attitudes towards culture—including basic assumptions about what constitutes a cultural …

Engagement Strategies During Times of Low (or no) Attendance

This is a recorded session from the 2020 AAM Virtual Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo. This session looks at how museums can engage with their audience during times of low, no, or altered …

60 Ideas in 60 Minutes: Sizzling Ideas in Audience Engagement and Inclusion

This is a recorded session from the 2020 AAM Virtual Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo. Watch this recording from the Public Relations and Marketing (PRAM) Professional Network, Visitor …
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