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Museums Challenged to Showcase ‘Creepiest Objects’ Deliver Stuff of Nightmares

When the National Museums of Scotland sent out the call for museums to post the creepiest objects in their collections on Twitter, they stepp…

How Museums Can Help the Public Make Sense of Pandemics

A Hawaii Museum Has Eliminated the Sale of All Single-Use Plastics

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Looking Within: AAM’s Internal DEAI Work

Category: Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion
Most of you reading this probably know about Facing Change, AAM’s multi-year initiative to increase the diversity of museum boards and ultimately create more diverse, equitable, accessible, …

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 …

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