Interviews

Great ideas are everywhere in the museum world, and we never want to stop learning from our community. We’ve sat down with incredible folks from across the world to talk engagement, storytelling, escape rooms, boot camp, and more. Check out some of the interviews we’ve done over the years.

You Can’t Do That?!: How Breaking The Rules Paid Off For One Historic Home

Historic homes aren’t always known for unique programming or being a community center, but Hegeler Carus Mansion in LaSalle, Illinois is working to change that. The “Museum Champion” behind this change is Kelly Klobucher, the Executive Director of this historic home. Kelly has revived HCM to be a mainstay in the

Spend The Night At The Museum!

It’s Night at the Museum come to life! Many museums have been experimenting with hosting fun sleepovers in their galleries, including New York City’s own Rubin Museum of Art. We talked to Dawn Eshelman, Head of Performing Arts for the Rubin, ahead of the museum’s first Dream Over experience, where

Creating Enduring Experiences through Storytelling: Interview with Local Projects

Local Projects is a media design firm that focuses on creating enduring projects through storytelling.  They utilize collaborative storytelling, technology, and a visitor-first strategy to transform museums and public spaces. We asked Nathan Adkisson, Director of Strategy at Local Projects, to talk with us about their work.  His insights shed

Night at the Museum, Part 2: Living Aboard the USS Hornet

Ever since we saw Night at the Museum, we’ve dreamt of being able to spend a night in our favorite museums.  And now, we can!  Many museums are experimenting with holding fun sleepovers in their spaces.  We’re taking an in-depth look at these innovative museum experiences.  Our 3-part series features