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Confronting Canada

This article originally appeared in the September/October 2018 issue of Museum magazine. In celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights attempts to tell the …

Full Engagement

This article originally appeared in the September/October 2018 issue of the Museum magazine.  Museums globally are expanding their social role—and value—by engaging underserved communities. …

Medellín, an Urban Palimpsest

This article originally appeared in the September/October 2018 issue of Museum magazine. The city, once beset by violence, is using its public spaces and cultural institutions to transform …

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Attending Museum Conferences

Two years ago, in 2016, I had the opportunity to attend the AAM Annual Meeting in Washington DC, thanks to the Getty Leadership and Career Management Program Fellowship. Little did I know …

El museo, actor sociopolítico / The Museum as socio-political actor

Watch a video from the Reimagining the Museum conference held in Medellin, Colombia, November 1-3, 2017 with Marcelo Araujo, David Anderson, Robert Stein, and Améric…

¿Qué es la valentía en las organizaciones? / Brave Organizations

Watch Andrés Roldán, Tony Butler, Martha Nubia Bello, Bonita Bennett, Kaywin Feldman speak about brave museums at the Reimagining the Museum conference held in Medellin, Colombia, November…

El arte de ser relevantes / The Art of Relevance

Watch Nina Simon’s session at the Reimagining the Museum conference held in Medellin, Colombia, November 1-3, 2017 on the Art of…

Ecologías Queer / Queer Ecology

Watch a session Queer Ecology led by Brigitte Baptiste from the Reimagining the Museum conference held in Medellin, Colombia, November…

What Does the Future Hold for China’s Museums and Art Districts?

Over the past decade, Beijing's 798 Art Zone or M50 and the West Bund Culture Corridor in Shanghai are true testaments to China's growing appetite for arts. Each weekend, hordes of …

Recovering Cultural Property Across the World: Interview with the FBI Art Crime program manager Tim Carpenter

It was a crisp spring day in rural Indiana. Probably the wildflowers were just beginning to peak their heads above the soil; the birds were chirping hungrily for worms. And, in a home off …

Summary: Moments at Reimagining the Museum

Watch a summary of the Reimagining the Museum conference held in Medellin, Colombia, November…

After Louvre Abu Dhabi: Dreams of Potential Partnerships for Cultural Exchange

We watched the opening of Louvre Abu Dhabi a few months ago, many having followed the saga surrounding the establishment of the new museum in the Gulf since its official announcement in …
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