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Where ‘Human Zoos’ Once Stood, A Belgian Museum Now Faces Its Colonial Past

Aimé Mpane remembers when he first saw the old statues. It was 1994, and the Congolese visual artist had just moved to Belgium, which once ruled his country. Growing up in the Democratic …

The Art of Recovery: How a Radical Public Art Experiment Is Reshaping Sicily 50 Years After a Devastating Earthquake

American Alliance of Museums Releases New Report to Guide Museums’ Work on Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion

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Museums and AI: Can You See the Future?

Category: Technology
How is AI going to impact the future of museum work? How can museum professionals prepare for future technologies? What will be the next breakthroughs in AI technology for museums? This …

AAM 2019 Slate of Candidates for Board of Directors

Category: News
AAM’s Board of Directors has nominated seven distinguished professionals from the museum field and beyond as candidates to serve on the Board with terms that begin in May 2019. Four are …

Up On the Roof: The McNay Art Museum’s re-roofing project

Category: Facilities & Risk Management
The McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, TX houses a world-class collection of more than 22,000 works by masters from around the world—Cezanne, Picasso, Matisse, O’Keefe and many more. …