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A Bachelorette Party With A Badass Bitches Twist!
Just before the holidays, we hosted a girls’ night out bachelorette party with a Badass Bitches twist!
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Monday Funday: Our Recent Most Popular Art Mashups
Last Monday marked the official first day of spring! So, even though NYC was recently hit with some snow, we’re
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5 Museum Jobs to Apply for This Month
Heads up, museum lovers! Some of the top museums across the U.S. and Canada are hiring — and they’re looking
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Mini but Mighty: Why Small Museums are Superheroes
The most intriguing thing about superheroes isn’t that they leap tall buildings in a single bound or change into capes
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Monday Funday: We’re Back With More Art GIFs!
Happy Monday! Let’s set the week off right with round two of our favorite art-inspired and art-related gifs! If you
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The Positive Impact of the NEH and NEA
Think the arts and humanities don’t have a big impact in the US? We found some fantastic facts showing how
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Mastercard’s Team Building Tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
As part of their company’s holiday season, credit card giant Mastercard came on a team building tour at the Met
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Fun Friday: Spotlight On The Scream
It’s Friday! We’re kicking off the weekend with art mashups in homage to a single masterpiece: The Scream by Edvard
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A Night of VIP Team Building in NYC
The Rubin Museum of Art in NYC is one of our favorite spots for company team building in the city,
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How Museums Can Help Promote Empathy
We talk a lot about how museums can use storytelling to transform museum experiences. We love thinking about fresh and
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How To Turn New Visitors Into Lifelong Fans Of Your Museum: MODA Case Study
The Museum of Design Atlanta is a super cool place. There’s nothing quite like it nearby, as MODA is the
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Picasso On The Birds & The Bees
Son, I think it’s time for us to have the talk about the birds and the bees and the third
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Twitter Round-up: Museums Advocacy Day 2017
It’s easy to have an election hangover and never want to look at anything remotely political for the foreseeable future
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A Review of Our Met Un-Highlights Tour: “I Had A Blast!”
Our Un-Highlights tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC is one of our longest-running tours. It still warms
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An Afternoon of Custom Team Building in San Francisco: “It made a huge difference.”
Powerhouse communications company Decker Communications likes to start every new year with a bang. Each year, team members from offices
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Meet Sam Warnke, Scheduling & Customer Service Champion
Today, we sat down with Sam, our Scheduling & Customer Service Champion! Sam is a key piece of our behind-the-scenes
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A Quick and Dirty History of the Bachelorette Party
Drinking games, strippers, and phallic party favors. These three things in conjunction are hallmarks of the modern bachelorette party —
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Fun Friday: Texts from the Met
The Metropolitan Museum of Art recently made most of their photographed collection public domain. So naturally, we immediately went into
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The Importance of Storytelling to Engage Millennials (Case Study: Hancock Shaker Village)
Known as “The City of Peace,” Hancock Shaker Village is a living Shaker history museum in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. This Village
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Marissa’s Amazing San Francisco Bachelorette Party
Last summer, we hosted Marissa and several of her friends for an amazing San Francisco bachelorette party! The afternoon kicked
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Top 5 Museum Jobs to Apply for in February
This February, love is in the air and we’re in the mood to do a little museum job matchmaking! Top
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Museums protect priceless buildings and objects, like this Bernini sculpture at Versailles. Author’s photo.
Museums are the Biggest Job Creator You’ve Never Heard Of
A special guest post by Ashleigh Hibbins. OK museums, it’s time to talk money.
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Meet Heather Jangraw, Museum Hack’s New Sales Manager!
We’re so excited to announce the hiring of Heather Jangraw, our new Sales Manager at Museum Hack!
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Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, Siegen 1577–1640 Antwerp)
Stop Whispering In My Ear You Drunk Cherub
Please note this piece was written by our tour guide, Kate Villa, in the style of a Museum Hack experience.
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4 Historic Female Friendships that are Total #SquadGoals
There are countless recollections of history’s greatest bromances, but female friendship isn’t always one of the most well-documented topics in
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Tour Guide Ethan Angelica leads a workshop at the museum.
How to Lead an Effective Workshop
Thirty years ago, if you wanted to see a lion in New York City, you’d go to the American Museum
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“Dost Thou Cometh Hither Oft?”: Top 10 Shakespearean Pick-Up Lines
Love him or loathe him, there’s no denying that William Shakespeare had a way with words. Widely regarded as the
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Promoting Team Building and Work-Life Balance at the Met
At the start of the month, we teamed up with Takeda Pharmaceutical Company to organize an event for a group
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10 Tweets About Working in a Museum
Museums are awesome to visit, but what does it look like behind the scenes? For one, there’s always that one
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Infographic: 10 Awesome Museum Facts
Pop Quiz: How many objects are in the Smithsonian’s Collection? We wanted to find out! Our researchers went on a
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