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Through the ephemeral, Tenderloin Museum explores neighborhood’s past

Matchbooks used to be like calling cards. This was back in the '40s, '50s and '60s - when everybody smoked, back before we knew what we know now. And so bars and cafes and hotels and clubs, …

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Virtual Programs for Children—What Do Parents Want Now?

Category: Audience Research and Evaluation
After of year of chaos, anguish, and reflection, the world is entering a new phase—perhaps “post-pandemic,” maybe the “new normal”—it will take a while to settle on the right label. Last …

Idaho state museum amplifying the voices of the hispanic and latino communities

Category: Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion

The Idaho State Museum is amplifying the voices of the Hispanic and Latino communities through a new exhibition, Nuestras …

Sign of the Times: Museums Become Vaccine Clinics

Category: COVID-19
After a year-plus of museums stepping far outside their comfort zones, becoming everything from food distributors to protest relief stations, the final frontier is upon us. Museums around …

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