How to Get Your Museum Featured in the Media [with Specific Examples]

From outreach to virality and everything in-between, press is an incredibly nuanced thing. Getting your museum featured in the media can be a huge win for any institution.  Whether you’re a brand new museum at the start of its press journey or an established institution looking to refine your approach,

Museum Hack Featured in Preservation Technology Podcast

The latest episode of the Preservation Technology Podcast is out – and we’re in it!  The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training’s Jason Church interviewed Ethan Angelica and Diana Montano about how Museum Hack is changing the way we view museums.

Museum Hack is featured in a Norwegian Magazine!

The latest issue of ‘Frá haug ok heiðni’/ Fra haug ok heidni is out – and we’re in it!  Published by the Museum of Archaeology at the University of Stavanger in Norway, this popular journal features lots of new findings, ongoing field investigations, and research in the archaeology field. We

Museum Hack is featured in Attractions Management

The latest issue of Attractions Management is out — and we’re in it!  We’re thrilled for Nick Gray to be featured in their article “People” section. In the article, Nick discusses what we do and what makes a successful museum tour.  Read this excerpt to find out more:

Museum Hack is in Museum magazine!

The March / April issue of Museum, by the American Alliance of Museums, is out — and we’re in it!  We’re thrilled to be featured on the cover and in their feature story about Attracting and Working with Millennials.

Museum Hack Guest Blogs For Fatherly

We were recently asked to be guest bloggers for Fatherly. In the article,  “A ‘Museum Hacker’ On How To Make Any Museum Awesome For Kids”, Tyler Vawser, the best (and only) father on our team rose to the challenge of outlining some simple tricks and tips to get your kids to

Museum Hack: Featured in Article about Millennials and Museums

  Yesterday, Zak picked up a copy of Arrive Magazine. He was flipping through when he saw an article about millennials in the museum. The article features Museum Hack as one of the forerunners in creating experiences that engaged millennial audiences.  He jumped on Facebook and immediately shared the article with the

Dutch Article About Museum Hack

Museum Hack’s ideas are spreading across the Atlantic! Recently, an article was written about us for the Dutch magazine, Museumvisie.