Consulting Case Studies

Thinking about working with us, but maybe you’re not sure if we’d be a great fit? We’ve consulted with organizations big and small, new and old, and all around the world. Check out the work we’ve done with other museums, zoos, gardens, and historic houses (to name a few!).

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How to Fall Back in Love with Your Museum (Case Study: Heritage Museums & Gardens)

In historic Sandwich, Massachusetts, lies one of the most diverse collections we’ve ever encountered.  Heritage Museums & Gardens (“HMG”) holds a vast amount of treasures in their collection: ranging from American Folk Art and a vintage carousel to thousands of rhododendrons, antique automobiles, a windmill built in 1800, and a labyrinth designed by Marty Cain! […]

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Re-Discovering the Infamous Life of a Boy King (Case Study: The Discovery of King Tut)

Museum exhibitions are doorways into lost worlds.  The showcase of content reveals history, art, and culture to audiences that may have only heard legends and class lectures.  Traveling exhibitions are a special opportunity to dive deeply into particular time periods and historical events, opening audience’s eyes to the real stories behind the legends and myths. […]

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Carly Hill

The Best Historical Rap on the Internet

Museum Hack is all about making sure our audience has an amazing, unparalleled experience when they come on tour with us. When we were asked to hack The Discovery of King Tut Exhibition in New York City, we realized we had an incredible opportunity to bring mummies to life.   We developed unique, fun tours […]

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Hacking Arizona: Our Amazing Museum Adventure

What happens when multiple museums in the same area want to work with us?  We get to go on a crazy awesome museum hacking adventure! Museum Hack was recently approached by two separate museums – the Phoenix Art Museum as well as i.d.e.a. Museum in Mesa – to provide professional development for their staff.  We […]

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Creating a Zoo-tacular Experience with Dynamic Storytelling (Case Study: Hattiesburg Convention Commission)

Mississippi: the land of sweet tea, pre-Civil War mansions, and magnolias.  Nestled in the southern heart of this state is something you probably wouldn’t expect: over 80 species of animal wildlife!  At home in the Hattiesburg Zoo, the animals are part of the many tourist facilities run by the Hattiesburg Convention Commission. The Hattiesburg Zoo […]

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5 Tips for Designing a Great Conference Session

We love attending museum conferences.  They’re a great opportunity to make connections, discuss concerns and solutions, and share best practices.  Museum Hack has presented at several conferences, including our most recent presentation at the New England Museum Association conference on “The Language of Museums.” Ethan Angelica and Kate Downey received amazing reviews of their session: […]

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Carly Hill

Case Study: How to Bring 900,000+ Instagram Followers Into Your Gallery

One viral hit can be a king-maker: for an individual, a company, a charity, a museum – but you see all of these people on their phones, scrolling through Facebook, checking Instagram, sending tweets, and you can’t help but wonder why they’re not sharing your thing. There is a solution — when you learn how […]

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3 New Activities You Can Use at Your Museum (Case Study: National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library)

Many museums possess outstanding collections and programs that engage audiences.  But sometimes, their offerings need a refresher — with new perspectives and ideas to re-energize existing audiences and get new ones in the door. The National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library (NCSML) was confronted by this problem.  They had lots of great collections, but […]

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Carly Hill

Case Study: How to Upgrade Your Sales Process With Stories

Expert Blindness is a real thing. Whether you are beginning in an industry or are a decades-old veteran, the vocab and knowledge that you use every single day may be a total mystery to the general public. My lawyer is 100% guilty of using jargon I don’t understand. Most of the time, expertise isn’t a […]

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