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How one museum is repatriating Indigenous belongings

When Lou-ann Ika'wega Neel moved from Alert Bay to Victoria at the age of seven, she started visiting the Royal B.C. Museum because it made her feel at home. The museum even houses some of …

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NEW REPORT: Museums Can Help to Combat Ageism Through Creative Aging Investments

Category: Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   ARLINGTON, VA — The American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the only organization representing the entire scope of the museum community, today released a …

What I Learned in a Year of Writing “Museums and Creative Aging: A Healthful Partnership”

Category: Museums and Aging
The creative aging movement is coming of age, and just in the nick of time. As of last year, 80 percent of state arts agencies across the United States reported a high or very high demand …

Assembly Representative Attacks Nonprofit Children’s Museum With Nazi Analogy

Category: COVID-19

An attack by a Republican Assembly representative that compared a nonprofit children's museum to the Nazi Party [in response to the museum's policy requiring visitors to wear face masks] …

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