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onePULSE, Many Perspectives: Collaborating with Diverse Stakeholders to Develop the National Pulse Memorial & Museum

In the aftermath of a tragedy, there is no one way for communities to grieve and heal. This is especially true when the event impacts people on a national or even international scale. The …

Hosting Remote Internships: Successes, Challenges, and Thoughts for the Future

For Post-Pandemic Success, Get Creative with Distributed Museum Models

Giving Back: Museums and Older Volunteers during COVID-19

With Rapid Response Collecting, Who Are We Responding To?

A Big COVID-19 Pivot: The Museum Assessment Program Goes Virtual

Why Museum Store Sunday Matters More Than Ever This Year

The Shifting Sands of Excellence: A Q&A with Accreditation Leaders

Running with Scissors: Creating a Sustainable History Experience (2017-2020)

How to Start an Accessibility Movement at Your Museum

A Q&A with George Corsillo, Designer of This Year’s Winner for Excellence in Publication Design

The Promise of Virtual Education Programs: Cross-Cultural Exchange, School-Museum Collaborations, and STEAM Learning (and Lemurs!)

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Museums as First Responders: Museum of Homelessness

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed gaping holes in the systems that should shield communities from harm. Patching the frayed social safety net will require government, private, and …

National Gallery charging for virtual tour of Artemisia exhibition

Category: Financial Stability

The National Gallery (UK) is charging for an online tour of Artemisia, an exhibition dedicated to Artemisia Gentileschi, the first retrospective of a Renaissance or Baroque woman …

Black history is vital to understanding racial injustice. But the museums holding that history are under threat.

Category: Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion

Many African American history museums remain chronically underfunded. And today, those museums — like their communities — are uniquely vulnerable to the effects of the coronavirus. But …

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