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Nudity in Museums
Recently a teacher was allegedly fired in part because she took her 5th graders to an art museum where they saw “nudity” in artwork. As a professional curator, I wonder why Americans are so hung up on the human body, and why this is such a hot issue in the 21st century.
Open Hearth Cooking
‘Tis the season for historic cooking! Learn all about what it takes to prepare a meal -- without modern kitchen appliances!
Photo Digitization Projects
Taking a photo of each artifact or scanning every archival piece in your collection is daunting. But there are many reasons to get started on a digitization project.
Planning a Lecture Series
Museums are a great place to provide informal learning experiences. A successful lecture series can help raise your museum’s profile, fulfill your mission and earn some income.
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.
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!
Planning Exhibit Based Programs
Programming can increase attendance and interest in your exhibitions. Here are some of the ideas we´ve come up with for exhibitions at my museum.
Planning Special Events
Don’t reinvent the wheel! You probably already do some wonderful things that when grouped together can become a special event. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Podcasting Museum Audio Tours
The future meets the past in this brand new approach to museum programming!
Pop Culture in Museums
Who decides what is appropriate for a museum to display?
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