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Finding Your First Museum Job
It can be tough to break into the field. Here is some advice about landing that first museum job.
May is National Preservation Month!
It used to be called “Preservation Week,” but now the event has a whole month of its own!! Here are some ways you can get involved.
EXHIBIT REVIEW -- Diana, A Celebration
What an awe-inspiring experience to see this fantastic exhibit about Princess Diana´s life!
Interactive Website Harvest of History
Museums are beginning to focus more on providing online resources that compliment their sites. “Harvest of History,” a joint project between The Farmers’ Museum and the National Gardening Association, is an outstanding example of a history-based website.
New Series of Ebooks – Museum Trips!
Written by a museum curator and director of education, the "Museum Trips!" series of ebooks explores the museums and cultural attractions in one city, including hotel and restaurant recommendations, with lots of pictures of exhibits!
FDR Presidential Library & Museum
I recently had the opportunity to visit the very first presidential library, planned by Franklin Delano Roosevelt himself.
Preserving Cultural Landscapes
Why is it important to keep urban sprawl at bay? There’s more at stake than many people realize.
Museum Donations are Tax Deductible
Few people realize that every donation you make to a museum – whether it is cash or “stuff” – counts as a tax write-off, as long as you don’t receive anything in return for your donation.
To experience the ultimate luxury in historic hotels, you simply must visit Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, MI.
First Person Interpretation
When museum employees “become” characters from the past, it can create a spectacular experience. But only if it is done right...
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