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Unique Museum Studies Degrees
Are you looking for a very specific program that suits your interests within the museum field? Check out these unique programs in exhibition design, historic preservation, museum education, art conservation, and public administration.
Museum Audio Tour Buttons
Audio buttons are a simple and inexpensive way to enhance your permanent and temporary exhibitions.
New Museum Careers Ebook
The ebook A Museum Career Handbook: Practical Advice for Navigating Your Career in the Museum Field is intended as a guide for new museum professionals, as well as museum studies students who will soon be entering the field.
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Tying the Knot
As part of its efforts to revitalize interest in its collections, the Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland recently opened a new exhibition of wedding dresses called “Tying the Knot.”
Antique Spotlight – The Ford Model A
The Model A made its public debut on December 2, 1927, replacing the Model T. Many museum car collections feature a Model A.
Blacksmithing was one of the most important trades you could learn in the 19th century. Many living history museums include a blacksmith’s shop among their exhibits.
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Fashion Timeline
The permanent – yet ever changing – exhibition Fashion Timeline features iconic fashions from the world-renowned collection of the Kent State University Museum.
BOOK REVIEW – Museums in Motion
Museums in Motion covers every aspect of the museum field – from collecting and preserving artifacts to exhibiting and interpreting them. The book is a wonderful introduction to the field for both students and museum visitors.
Museum Collection Terms
There are lots of words associated with a museum’s collection. If you’ve ever wondered about a museum collection term, here is your answer!
Archives on TV – Who Do You Think You Are?
Archives, libraries and museums figure prominently on the hit NBC show Who Do You Think You Are? The series traces the genealogy of celebrities, often with surprising results.
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