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What to Put in a Press Packet
If you have a reporter coming to your museum, what should you get in their hands? As much as you can!
Planning a Volunteer Enrichment Day
It is important to keep your volunteers active and engaged. A Volunteer Enrichment Day can help you provide information, generate new ideas, and reinvigorate your volunteer team!
White House Christmas Ornaments
Since 1981 the White House Historical Association has released a commemorative Christmas ornament annually as a fundraiser for education and collections projects at the White House.
Groninger Museum Fine Lace 19th Century Dress
This article, written by guest author Susan Kramer, examines a beautiful 19th century lace dress.
Free Museum Resources
A strapped budget doesn’t mean you can’t move forward with your plans! Here are some free resources to consider when planning your next project.
Planning a Press Day
Inviting the media for a private tour can create important new partnerships. Here are some tips for planning a Press Day at your museum.
BOOK REVIEW – Exhibit Labels
Exhibit Labels by Beverly Serrell is a wonderful introduction for the novice museum writer, as well as a guide to improving the well-seasoned writer's exhibit label copy.
BOOK REVIEW - Museum Registration Methods
This wonderful one-stop shopping publication provides an excellent overview of collection management processes and procedures for new and experienced museum professionals.
The Old North Church
Museum folks can be tough to impress. But on a recent trip to Boston I was enthralled by a tour guide at The Old North Church, the site of Paul Revere’s famous two lantern signal that “the British were coming by sea.”
When traveling to the Thousand Islands region of New York, a stop at Boldt Castle is a must!
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