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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?
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.”
FDR Presidential Library & Museum
I recently had the opportunity to visit the very first presidential library, planned by Franklin Delano Roosevelt himself.
Finding a Museum Job in a Bad Economy
This isn’t the best time to be job hunting. But there are some things you can do to make yourself marketable to a museum.
Finding Your First Museum Job
It can be tough to break into the field. Here is some advice about landing that first museum job.
First Person Interpretation
When museum employees “become” characters from the past, it can create a spectacular experience. But only if it is done right...
Fort Mackinac is one of Mackinac Island´s many historical attractions, and is well worth a visit if you find yourself in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan!
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.
Funeral Museums Teach the History of Death and Mourning
With death and dying in the news these days, it is an appropriate time to review the major museums that deal with the history of funeral customs.
What a powerful place to visit. You can “feel” what happened there…
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