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At The Worcester Art Museum, New Signs Tell Visitors Which Early American Subjects Benefited From Slavery

At the Worcester Art Museum's early American portrait gallery, I was recently struck by a painting of a man named Russell Sturgis. In the portrait, Sturgis wears a coat with a fur stole and …

These High Schoolers Are Calling For A National Disability History Museum By Making Their Own

From Beyoncé To Bach: Culture Has Democratized And Museums Are Adapting

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We’re a Group of Museum Directors Who Pooled Resources During the Pandemic. Here’s Why Others Should Consider Doing the Same

Category: COVID-19

How six museums formed the Philadelphia Collaborative Arts Consortium to jointly tackle pandemic challenges. One core project: developing structures to jointly fundraise and equitably …

Digital Readiness and Pandemic Adaptations

Category: COVID-19
How can digital practices bolster museum strategies for navigating the COVID-19 pandemic? What barrier may impede taking full advantage of digital opportunities? This webinar presents the …

Point of View: The Era of Traditional Planning Is Over

Category: Mission & Institutional Planning
“‘Inconceivable!’ You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” —Mandy Patinkin, in the role of Inigo Montoya, The Princess Bride This article which appeared …

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