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Why Museum Store Sunday Matters and What’s New for This Year

Enter through the museum store! Much more than a gift shop, the museum store has become a major earned revenue stream for parent institutions as they continue to recover post-pandemic. And …

The Art of Restitution at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

At the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), our collections policy—the document that dictates how we handle all collection-related matters—states that we will not collect anything known to …

Point of View: Trouble at Home

Controversy swirls around the repatriation of the Ben…

Beyond Compliance at the McClung Museum

At the McClung Museum, a NAGPRA assessment strengthens collaboration with Native Nations on a current and future …

What Endures at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is committed to voluntary returns when morally, ethically, or commonsensically…

The Yaqui Case at the National Museums of World Culture

In 2022, the National Museums of World Culture in Sweden returned ceremonial items to the Indigenous Yaquis…
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