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Museum Collections Online
In this digital age, many museums have started putting their collections online for researchers, casual visitors, and museum enthusiasts.
Cooperstown Graduate Program Celebrates 50 Years
The country’s premiere museum studies master’s degree program marked its 50th anniversary with the slogan “A Bold Vision Realized.”
Building Exhibition Panels
There are many ways to construct exhibition panels in-house for temporary exhibits. Here are three options to consider in your museum.
The Benefits of Changing Exhibitions
Temporary exhibitions are one way to attract repeat visitors because there is always something new going on. Here are some compelling reasons to dedicate space in your museum for changing exhibits.
PRODUCT REVIEW - Kodak PhotoTex Plotter Paper
Kodak just introduced a new kind of paper that will have curators jumping up and down with delight!
Using Letters in Exhibitions
Sometimes the most power words aren’t the ones you write yourself.
The Power of Artifacts
Yoko Ono recently tweeted a photo of John Lennon’s bloody glasses to protest gun violence. Sometimes an artifact is worth a thousand words.
Teens and Museums
Teenagers aren’t typical museum visitors. Should museums attempt to woo them? Or should we acknowledge that some demographics just aren’t interested in what we do?
Conservation vs. Restoration
What is the difference between conserving an artifact and restoring it?
JOURNAL REVIEW – White House History
If you’re interested in the history of America’s most famous residence – and its residents! – for more than two centuries, the journal White House History is for you!
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