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Effective Exhibitions Should Provoke!

Effective exhibitions disrupt the notion that history remains locked in the past. Done right, an exhibition can make history a practical tool for justice by recovering silenced narratives …

Effective Museums and Exhibits Should Build Community: La Rodadora

This article first appeared in the journal Exhibition (Fall 2022) Vol. 41 No. 2 and is reproduced with permission. Think about the deserts of the Western United States…of …

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Contact Senators to Speak Up for Museums

Category: Advocacy Alert
Advocacy Alert – March 31, 2023 In this Alliance Advocacy Alert: Contact Congress: Urge Your Senators to Support OMS Funding Now! Ask Your Legislators: Co-sponsor Charitable Giving …

In Good Relation: Reimagining the Grant Process for Community-Based Projects

Category: Alliance Blog
In recent years, there have been renewed calls for museums to adopt more inclusive and equitable practices, with significant changes to the ways we work and collaborate at all levels of our …

An Afrofuturist School Program Empowers Children to Envision the Future

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
Futurism is a powerful tool to share with kids—equipping them to think about the world they want to live in when they grow up, challenging them to make it better. Today on the blog, …

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