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Published twice a year, Exhibition offers 128 pages of thought-provoking articles, exhibition critiques, commentary, technical articles, and essays. Each issue is organized around a theme, such as the power of words, exhibitions and universal design, innovation and community relevance, and new media in exhibitions.

The following is the table of contents for each issue with one or two free articles to read (starting with the Fall 2022 issue). Click here to view a list of the full archives.

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Vol. 41, Issue 2

Effective Exhibitions Should _____________.

Features

Effective Museums and Exhibits Should Build Community: La Rodadora by Isabel Diez, Set David Solís Adame, and Gabriela Torres

What You Bring With You, and What You Take Away: Strategies for Supporting Creativity and Making Meaning in Immersive Exhibitions by Jessica Neuwirth and Hillel O’Leary

Effective Exhibitions Should Provoke! by Tsione Wolde-Michael and Nancy Bercaw

Towards Shared Authority: Community-Authored Labels Expand Expertise, Spark Relevance, and Build Relationships by Melanie Parker, Alison Crites, and Amelia Wiggins

Effective Exhibitions Should Make Lasting Connections Through the Emotional Mapping of Storytelling by Cynthia Torp and Scott Perich

Advancing Environmental Justice Through Inclusive Design and Sustainable Materials by Brenda Baker and Douglas Flandro

Effective Exhibitions Should Build Bridges by Stacy Wakeford

Departments

President’s Letter by Jennifer Chow

Editor’s Letter by Ellen M. Snyder-Grenier

Exhibits Newline by Jenny-Sayre Ramberg

Guest Essay: Effective Exhibitions Should be Imbued With Passion by Lonnie G. Bunch III

Nuts & Bolts: Credit Where Credit is Due: The Case for Credit Panel Standards by Paul Stavast and Hannah Sharp-Wang

Exhibition Critique: The Black Index by Brisa Smith Flores

Book Review: Designing Museum Experiences reviewed by Sara DeAngelis

Announcements: Celebrating the Work and Talent of Our Community

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