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Thinking About Inclusive Museums in the UK

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
Hi, Nicole here! As part of my work as a Mellon/ACLS fellow with CFM, I’m focusing on a constellation of issues related to museums and labor, including pathways to museum employment; wage …

Essential Evaluators: What’s in Your Soup?

Category: Alliance Blog
Essential Evaluators seeks to gather evaluators in a common space to dialogue, reflect, and support each other in a world upended by COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter protest movement. …

Resisting the Colonial Imagination: The Role of Exhibition Design in the Decolonial Project

Category: Exhibition Journal
It is Monday morning at First Americans Museum (FAM), and a group of fifth graders are bustling with excitement as they embark on a gallery tour. A museum educator welcomes the students in …

Beyond Compliance at the McClung Museum

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

Taking A Fresh Look At Provenance

Category: Museum Magazine
This article originally appeared in the July/August 2016 issue of Museum magazine. Pursuing a future in which provenance research and data are efficient, accessible, and equitable. Museums …

Artificial Intelligence The Rise Of The Intelligent Machine

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
  “Some people worry that artificial intelligence will make us feel inferior, but then, anybody in his right mind should have an inferiority complex every time he looks at a …

2018 MUSE Award Winners

Audio Experiences Gold Through the Eyes of Love The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Through the Eyes of Love represents a new kind of hybrid – mixing the intimacy of podcasts with the …

TrendsWatch 2019: Confronting the Past: The long, hard work of decolonization

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
This is one of the five trends from the 2019 TrendsWatch. Click here to read more about the full report.  “Colonialism and imperialism have not settled their debt to us once they have …

Privacy in a Watchful World: What have you got to hide?

In a world where companies and governments can, and increasingly do, track vast amounts of personal information about our habits, preferences, behavior, communications and even our …

Labor of Love: Revaluing Museum Work

Category: Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion
  This post was originally published on Medium, December 20, 2017. Over the last few years, museum workers have been increasingly vocal about job dissatisfaction. At the 2015 American …

#AAM2019 Keynote: Kippen de Alba Chu and Kimberly Drew

Category: 2019 Annual Meeting
< Disclaimer: This video is unedited and contains several “unbeeped” profanities. Transcript Kippen de Alba Chu: Good morning, everyone. Yeah, this morning’s script was …

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