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National Museum of Women in the Arts to Host Wiki Edit-a-thon Focused on Women of Color

If an artist doesn't have a Wikipedia page, does he or she even exist? The popular online encyclopedia dominates Google searches. Major art world players like museums and galleries use …

How Australian Art Museums Are Protecting Their Collections From Fire Threats

With New Museums Opening Rapidly, Old Institutions Must Turn Tactical to Compete for Funding

Should Museums Be Advocating For Viewers to Slow Down?

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Reckoning with a Reckoning: How Cultural Institutions Can Advance Equity

Category: Equity

As museums are increasingly outed by the communities they aim to serve about what art is presented, by whom and for what audiences, the onus for challenging the inherent structural …

Fears over editorial freedom as heritage bodies summoned to discuss contested history

Category: Global Thinking

The UK government announced a summit to discuss contested history that has some concerned about the editorial integrity of the museum s…

Do-it-Yourself Exhibits: How the National Museum of Natural History Created a New Model for Reaching People in Their Communities

Category: Exhibitions
The Challenge Years before the world was thrown into the coronavirus pandemic, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) sought to increase awareness about the concept of …

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