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American Alliance of Museums Welcomes Four New Board Members and New Board Leadership

For Immediate Release ARLINGTON, VA – The American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the only organization representing the entire scope of the museum community, today announced that four leading …

American Alliance of Museums and Museum Hue Unveil Partnership

AAM EdCom Awards Presented to 2 Museum Professionals and 3 Museum Programs

American Alliance of Museums Urges US Congress to Include $4 Billion for Nonprofit Museums in COVID-19 Economic Relief Legislation

Alliance Announces Latest Accreditation Awards – 23 Museums Receive This High Honor

Hundreds of Advocates from across the Country Will Visit Capitol Hill to Speak up for Museums February 24-25

American Alliance of Museums Statement on the President’s Budget Proposal Details for Fiscal Year 2021

AAM Names McDermott and Russo New Accreditation Commissioners

American Alliance of Museums Condemns the Targeting of Cultural Sites for Destruction

Alliance Announces Latest Accreditation Awards – 17 Museums Receive This High Honor

Andrew Plumley Joins American Alliance of Museums as Director of Inclusion

American Alliance of Museums Celebrates Museums’ Role in Bringing Communities Together By Signing On as National Partner of Welcoming Week September 13-22, 2019

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‘We’re Holding Down the Fort’: How Guards, Groundskeepers, and Collections Managers Across the US Are Doing Their Jobs in Shuttered Museums

Category: COVID-19
<p>It's been roughly two months since museums across the US, both big and small, were forced to shutter abruptly. Most of them had to do so with only a few days notice, meaning there was …

By Redeploying Her Staff in Some Ingenious New Ways, the Director of Texas’s Blanton Museum Has Managed to Avoid Job Cuts Entirely

Category: COVID-19
<p>As museums shuttered throughout the US, many were forced to cut staff through layoffs and furloughs, including New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Broad in Los Angeles. But …

Social Distancing Doesn’t Need to Equal Social Isolation for Older Adults

Category: Ad Summa: Museums and Creative Aging
As COVID-19 continues to present intense challenges, the world is laser-focused on what social distancing means in particular for older adults and those who serve them. The pandemic not …

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