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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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“Access for All” Begins with Community Listening at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Category: Accessibility
Cassandra Clement was always on the lookout. A self-described “stalker” of quiet places to sit at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden (CZBG), she always took note of benches tucked …

Navigating a Job Search in the COVID-19 Market

Category: Career Management
The museum field, and cultural institutions in general, have undoubtedly been hit hard by COVID-19. As a result, many museum professionals are finding themselves job searching and …

Come to Vote, Stay for the Art

Category: Advocacy

In California, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José will open for voting, with a mural by Amir H. Fallah on display. While many California museums are still shuttered because of …

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