Membership renewal letters are critical to sustaining your museum, engaging members, and reengaging them. Here’s our analysis of one letter.
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What makes a museum unique in the digital age? Its ability to curate meaningful experiences and contextualization for its audience.
#SuperImportant! How social tagging is curating a new view for collections.
Artist residencies are a growing trend in museums around the world, but what exactly are they? A residency is when a museum recruits a person (or group of people) with a specific skill or attribute to produce work, provide advice, and/or promote the museum for a defined period of time, from just a few days Keep Reading
We had a blast at the Oklahoma Museums Association Conference this year and met some really cool people doing really cool things at museums.
In almost every museum you will likely find a store selling various products promoting the museum, like postcards, stationery, books, etc. The museum store generally is associated with buying a memento of the museum experience, to remind or tell visitors that they were there. Some stores even stock unique products associated with the museum’s theme, Keep Reading
Museums are awesome, but they are often strapped for cash. With limited funding and big operating costs, money can be the biggest barrier museums face when trying to bring cool ideas to life. That’s why we think getting creative with revenue streams is a great idea. There’s more to generating income for your museum than Keep Reading
Curatorial, Events, Programs, Education, Conservation, Sponsorship, Visitor Services…museums all over the world have diverse collections and diverse organizational structures. In some museums, one person may be what three people are in another museum and some museums may not have any staff.
Looking for inspiration to turn your museum into a Halloween hotspot? Whether your museum is large or small, there’s a whole lot more you can do than just candy and jack-o-lanterns! From escape rooms to sleepovers to dinosaur costume parties, check out these awesome Halloween programming ideas that museums of all sizes are already doing.
Having a horse in NYC in 2017 is an expensive endeavor By at least one count, there are some 1.1 million dogs and cats in New York City. That’s roughly one dog or cat for every eight New Yorkers. In the short time I’ve lived here, I’ve been surprised by the number and diversity Keep Reading