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Annual Institute Breakout: BIPOC SPACE FOR MUSEUM EDUCATORS

May 20th 2024 PDT

BIPOC SPACE FOR MUSEUM EDUCATORSJoin us in a BIPOC affinity space for open-forum discussions about topics such as DEAI work in museums, unionization, CRT, and language justice. This breakout session will be hosted by Janet Lee, one of the co-managers of the VTS + NAEA BIPOC Space for Museum Educators, a monthly online affinity space created in collaboration between Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) and the Museum Division of the National Art Education Association (NAEA). We aim to create a safe and inclusive space ...Continue Reading

🙂 British Museum's Blockbuster Scandals | Vatican Museums Embarrassment | Museum's Bronze Age Treasure Theft | Conservators Tackle Barbie's Inherent Vice | Fake Van Gogh Museum Website Ticketing | More Museum News

May 18th 2024 PDT

This Week In Global Museum | Celebrating 29 Years Serving The Profession | The #1 Museum Site For Museum News, Museum Jobs, Museum Resources & More! http://www.globalmuseum.org**  The British Museum’s Blockbuster ScandalsWhile facing renewed accusations of cultural theft, the institution announced that it had been the victim of actual theft—from someone on the inside.**  Who took home prizes at this year’s European Museum of the Year Awards?The 2024 winner of the European Museum of the Year ...Continue Reading

Last Day to Propose! Join us at ICOMOS AeroSpace Heritage Committee's Inaugural Conference

May 14th 2024 PDT

Greetings! The inaugural conference of ICOMOS AeroSpace Heritage will be held 26-31 May 2024 in-person at ICOMOS/MPP, Paris France, with some sessions available virtually. The conference is inspired by Louis Blériot’s saying, "Le plus beau rêve qui hanta le cÅ“ur des hommes depuis Icare est aujourd' hui devenu réalité.", and hopes to bring together colleagues from around the globe to discuss the current and future work of AeroSpace heritage. Please complete the Registration ...Continue Reading

BIPOC Space for Museum Educators! Happy Hour: Monday, May 20, 2024

May 13th 2024 PDT

Dear BIPOC Museum Educator Colleagues,Connect with fellow BIPOC Museum Educator colleagues in this virtual affinity space, and take time to network, support, and uplift one another.*May 2024 Happy Hour: Monday, May 20, 20241 PM Hawai‘i / 4 PM Pacific / 5 PM Mountain / 6 PM Central / 7 PM Eastern*Follow this link to register to receive the Zoom link: http://bit.ly/BIPOCmused1Colleagues who have registered for previous sessions do not need to re-register, and will receive a reminder email with the Zoom link the ...Continue Reading

​​👉​​The Met’s Tone-Deaf Gala | Where Are Young Museum Donors? | The Bauhaus Nazi Collaborators | A Mesmerizing Van Gogh Makeover | The Biggest Michelangelo Conservation Challenge | Lead In Beethoven’s Hair Cause Of Deafness?

May 11th 2024 PDT

This Week In Global Museum | Celebrating 29 Years Serving The Profession | The #1 Museum Site For Museum News, Museum Jobs, Museum Resources & More! http://www.globalmuseum.org**  The Met’s Off-Key Gala: Tone-Deaf in a Discordant WorldNeither the Met nor the editor-in-chief of Vogue, can have been happy with the NY Times advance report on the gala, which uncharitably noted that “this year, Shou Chew, the chief executive of TikTok, the primary sponsor of the Costume Institute’s exhibition this sp ...Continue Reading

Program and Audience Strategy

May 8th 2024 PDT

Hi Everyone,Hoping some colleagues may be able to share their current program and audience strategy documents as we begin some new initiative planning here. We are a small sized local history /museum/archive center.TIA!Angelica-- Angelica DiggsExecutive Director108 Orange Road, Montclair, NJ 07042. 973-744-1796www.montclairhistory.orgFollow us on Facebook and Instagram! *Visit the Museum-Ed Web site for programs, archives, sample documents and more.* Follow us on Twitter @museumed, on LinkedIn and on Fa ...Continue Reading

Creating Exhibitions Through the Collective course begins June 3 on MuseumStudy.com

May 8th 2024 PDT

Cocuration is currently a buzz word in the museum world, but what is it and how do you do it? Join Instructor Saul Sopoci Drake for this 4 week online professional development course. Do you want to create an exhibit that utilizes your community? If so, Creating Exhibitions through the Collective is for you. This class will be focused on community co-curation. We will investigate how community involvement during all stages of the exhibit development process can lead t ...Continue Reading

Re: Waivers

May 7th 2024 PDT

We do not issue these for schools either, up to the school to handle. But similarly have phot/hold harmless release forms for camp onsite. And hello neighbor, happy to chat!On Tue, May 7, 2024 at 11:29?AM Kathrine Schlageck klwalk@ksu.edu [talk at museum-ed.org] <talk@museum-ed.org> wrote: That should be something that the schools should cover, not you!  Most schools have some paperwork about photography permissions and teachers send home permission slips.  What is the waiver supposed to cover? W ...Continue Reading

Re: Waivers

May 7th 2024 PDT

That should be something that the schools should cover, not you!  Most schools have some paperwork about photography permissions and teachers send home permission slips.  What is the waiver supposed to cover? We do have waivers/hold harmless/photo permit forms for our summer programs (two hour blocks of drop off studio).   If that would be useful, let me know Kathrine Walker Schlageck, Associate Curator of Education Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University Kansas State Univers ...Continue Reading

Re: Waivers

May 7th 2024 PDT

Hi Sean, they are asking that any student who participates in a school program at the museum has a parent sign a waiver, and, just to add, there is nothing inherently dangerous about the type of school programs we offer (we are a local history museum)Thanks!On Tue, May 7, 2024 at 10:58?AM Sean Mobley SMobley@museumofflight.org [talk at museum-ed.org] <talk@museum-ed.org> wrote: ?For context, can you be more specific as to the programs that use these waivers?____ __ __ Are they media waivers? Are ...Continue Reading
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