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Creating Educational Travel Trunks
With shrinking field trip budgets, you can keep your museum in teachers’ minds with an education trunk program!
The Farmers’ Museum
There’s more than baseball in Cooperstown, NY! America’s rural past comes alive at The Farmers’ Museum.
Staying at this luxurious and historical grand dame on the shores of Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, NY is like stepping back in time!
Cultural Entrepreneurship Institute
This cutting-edge conference taught me so much about my profession!
What is a 501c3?
Museums and other non-profits are known as 501c3 organizations to the IRS.
BOOK REVIEW – Stories in Stone
If you like to walk around old cemeteries, this field guide to cemetery symbolism is perfect for decoding the secrets carved on gravestones!
How to Visit a Museum
Museums are no longer stuffy places for only the elite to enjoy. They are community centers of culture where you can learn and have fun! So don’t be intimidated about visiting a museum.
Museums and Social Media
Although we “live in the past” we have to embrace the future! Are you harnessing the power of the internet to further your mission?
EXHIBIT REVIEW – The Working White House
The Working White House provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the inner workings of the President’s home. Is a museum near you hosting this traveling exhibit?
Making Museums Relevant
Why do people visit museums? If you know why they come, maybe you can get them to come back.
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