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Documenting Diversity

How should museums identify art and artists? By Frances Lloyd-Baynes Mia has been collecting art for more than a century, from cultures around the world and across history. We now have more …

Good Teaching is Good Teaching: English Learners and Museums

Seven broad statements that may or may not help your museum do a bit better at social media

Exhibiting Absence

What is our museum’s social impact?

Museums doing digital and museums doing good — can we forge a connection?

The subtlety of shepherding an audience toward collection visitation.

Change – CODE | WORDS Technology and Theory in the Museum

Museums… So What?

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The next COVID scenario: Delta Force

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
The near term future is looking much brighter than it was in March 2020, when I published my first set of scenarios exploring how the COVID-19 pandemic might play out. While the death toll …

FY 2022 Appropriations & Invite Congress to Visit Your Museum

Category: Advocacy Alert
Advocacy Alert – June 16, 2021 Urge Your Representative to Support the Office of Museum Services (OMS) As reported in our last Alliance Advocacy Alert, the Alliance continues its …

Excite, Build, Consider: A Structure for Open and Honest Feedback in Project Development

Category: Human Resources
One challenge we’ve all probably faced in collaborative program and exhibit development/design is creating a space for open and honest feedback. We know candid feedback is crucial for …

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