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Mammoth Site Summer Internships

January 21st 2020

Mammoth Site Summer Internships - taking applications until (24 February 2020) Apply Here! (https://www.mammothsite.org/what-we-do/education/internship-applications.html) -- Wm. Justin Wilkins Paleontologist WE DIG BIG! The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, SD, Inc. a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization 1800 US 18 Bypass PO Box 692, Hot Springs, SD 57747 Phone: 605-745-6017 ext. 217 Fax: 605-745-3038 email: justinw@mammothsite.org website: www.mammothsite.org *Visit the Museum-Ed Web ...Continue Reading

Evaluating Interpretive Exhibits course begins March 2 on MuseumStudy.com

January 20th 2020

Exhibits are one of the most expensive of interpretive media we use, and yet one of the media that we often really don't know if "it works".  We judge exhibits by their appearance rather than by their success in accomplishing meaningful objectives. We like to ask -if you spend $10,000 on your exhibits, how will you determine if you're receiving $10,000 in benefits from those exhibits? That's usually when we get the "deer in the headlights" stare. Join professional interpreter John Ve ...Continue Reading

RE: Professional Development Opportunities

January 16th 2020

You might want to look at Forum for Leadership in Art Museum Education (FLAME). FLAME advances the public value and social impact of art museums by fostering leadership in art museum education. FLAME was organized by a small group of Directors/Heads of Education who were interested in developing a strong network of support and mentorship, as well as opportunities for professional growth and inspiration. The vision for FLAME is to provide a long-term strategy for professional development, research, and advocacy fo ...Continue Reading

Re: Professional Development Opportunities

January 16th 2020

Though it may sometimes be more beneficial for art museum educators as opposed to all museum educators, I have found the National Art Education Association Museum Pre-conference to be thought provoking. You'd want to look up NAEA and search "Museum Division" for more info. They hold it around March and locations change each year.  They typically have a keynote address in the morning, followed by break out sessions in the afternoon.  It's a single day.Dawn E. SalernoExecutive DirectorRotch-Jones ...Continue Reading

Re: Professional Development Opportunities

January 16th 2020

Hello Candie,This is Shannon from the Milwaukee Art Museum. Last year I had the pleasure of attending the Brave Spaces conference in Boston at the ICA. It was a great experience working with a group of educators from around the country, but also, working very closely with the teens who have participated or are active interns/employees of the ICA. The conference was fun and forward thinking. I highly encourage you to check out their website to review.I have also found it helpful to attend conferences for ...Continue Reading

Re: Professional Development Opportunities

January 16th 2020

I have attended the last two annual meetings of the International Visual Literacy Association (presented last year in Belgium)  As someone who has bee in the field for 30 years I was looking for new challenges.  This conference includes people interested in Visual Literacy (and in fact multi-modal) from the practical to the research, and from many different professions.  It is being hosted by the Toledo Museum of Art Sept 24-27, 2020. Kathrine Walker Schlageck, Associate Curator of Education Marianna K ...Continue Reading

Re: Professional Development Opportunities

January 16th 2020

Hi!I love the Kennedy Center’s LEAD (Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability) conference to be incredibly useful. It’s targeting cultural administrators in museums, theaters and other cultural spaces. https://education.kennedy-center.org/education/accessibility/lead/conference.htmlOn Thu, Jan 16, 2020 at 9:52 AM Candie Waterloo cwaterloo@chazen.wisc.edu [talk at museum-ed.org] <talk@museum-ed.org> wrote: Hello all –____ __ __ I’m curious as to professional developments that you’ve found particu ...Continue Reading

Professional Development Opportunities

January 16th 2020

Hello all –   I’m curious as to professional developments that you’ve found particularly beneficial in your role as museum educators (if that is your role). I’ve attended the AAM annual conferences in the past, a Museum Hack Audience Engagement Boot Camp, and an Artful Thinking & Learning Conference by Harvard’s Project Zero. I’m struggling to think beyond the typical museum education professional development opportunities.   Thanks in advance!   Best, Candie Waterloo Curator of Education   Ch ...Continue Reading

Free Webinar: Museum Relevance--Exhibitions for Social Justice

January 15th 2020

*Free Webinar* *Museum Relevance: Exhibitions for Social Justice* *Thursday, January 23, 10:00 a.m. CT*   The Museum Services Program of the Texas Historical Commission invites you to join us for a free webinar with Elena Gonzales, author of /Exhibitions for Social Justice/, who will discuss how museums can reach the whole population, rather than a dwindling half of it, how museums can develop more honest and functional relationships with communities that typically have not visited, and what curatorial st ...Continue Reading

Position Openings: Passaic County

January 14th 2020

The Passaic County Department of Cultural & Historic Affairs has a number of job opportunities available at the Dey Mansion, Washington’s Headquarters Museum. Job Postings can be found at our website https://www.deymansion.org/employment-opportunties These are open to residents of New Jersey, with preference given to residents of Passaic County. Seasonal positions will also be posted soon.   Please let me know if you have any questions – and feel free to share! *Jessica Bush, *Museum Curator County of Passaic ...Continue Reading
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