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American Alliance of Museums Releases TrendsWatch, A Look At the Future of Museums

For Immediate Release Arlington, VA – March 19, 2019 – Trust in government, media, academia, industry, and even nonprofit organizations is at an all-time low. Given these declines, how can …

American Alliance of Museums Announces Exciting Changes to MAP

American Alliance of Museums Statement on the President’s Budget Proposal Details for Fiscal Year 2020

American Alliance of Museums announces seven new museum accreditation awards and 15 reaccreditations

American Alliance of Museums Publishes Toolkit for Transgender Inclusion in the Workplace

AAM Names William Tramposch As The Aroha Senior Fellow For Museums and Creative Aging

American Alliance of Museums Presses Legislators To Ensure Museum Stability: Legislative Priorities Include Charitable Giving, Federal Funding

Latest Art Museum Staff Demographic Survey Shows Increases in African American Curators and Women in Leadership Roles

Dr. Tonya Matthews Joins American Alliance Of Museums As Director Of Inclusion

American Alliance of Museums to Launch National Museum Board Diversity and Inclusion Initiative

Statement from Alliance President & CEO Laura Lott on the Partial Federal Government Shutdown

AAM Names Beaulieu and Richardson New Accreditation Commissioners

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Reflections on the Historic House Summit from Scholarship Attendee Abigail Winslow

Category: Alliance Blog
On February 3-5, 2019, AAM’s Historic Houses and Sites and Environment and Climate networks hosted a rare convening of experts at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami, Florida, for …

Meet the #AAM2019 Social Media Journalists

Category: 2019 Annual Meeting
Selected from a stellar pool of applicants who are passionate about museums, social activism, sustainability, diversity, and social media, this year’s cohort of Social Media …

The Self-Care Ritual of Retreats

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
One reason I love museum people is that they work so hard to make the world a better place. But all too often, I see colleagues burn out and leave our field because they did not make time …