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Corrine Spencer 11m
For those of us with invisible disabilities, they are a life saver. I wish more places had spots I could safely stop. Instead, I make my trip as short as possible.
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Elizabeth Wilson 10m
Provide the basic needs so visitors can have deeper connections to exhibits and interactives.
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Sally Ghoulchar👻🕷🎃 18m
If I recall correctly, it's 7.2 miles total if you want to walk through all of and not miss a single exhibit. It's exhausting and adequate seating and access to free water is essential.
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Claire Chickly 2h
C’est si simple parfois de répondre aux besoins des usagers... :)
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Segolene 2h
Where the Seats Have No Name: In Defense of Museum Benches via
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Duchampia 2h
Even small museums can have benches in case someone wants to meditate for a few minutes.
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Taylor Craig 2h
This is one of the reasons I LOVE smaller museums like because you can make it through the whole thing and enjoy it without fatigue! Benches are an absolute must if you are a big space.
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Jillian Steinhauer 2h
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Kim Selinske 2h
Attending a museum shouldn't be a marathon or a show of wills. Providing benches helps with "museum fatigue," as well as providing important resting places for people with disabilities and families. A minor touch that makes a world of difference for guests.
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Alliance of Museums 2h
"Museum fatigue is real. People get tired, overheated, bored, and distracted. Providing more benches in exhibit galleries encourages visitors to slow their pace – to stop, and look, and reflect. -
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MuseWeb 4h
What if actually focused on visitors' comfort? This is just one facet of . What are YOUR thoughts?
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PA Museums 4h
Where the Seats Have No Name: In Defense of Museum Benches via
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Alliance of Museums 4h
"At , we make almost everything in-house, from scratch. We preserve, pickle, and cure. We bake cookies, make custards, and make a flourless chocolate cake that won accolades at one of the ’s best restaurants."
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Charles Harmon 6h
The 2nd edition of Rights and Reproductions: The Handbook for Cultural Institutions just rolled off the presses. This beautiful guide has lots of forms and sample policies! Save 25% using promo code 4S18MUSEUM at through 12/31.
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Alliance of Museums 21h
"Incorporating interactive can be an effective tool to present content in an engaging, cost-effective, and space conscious manner."
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Reema Ghazi 23h
This is so great in so many ways
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Emanuele Marconi Oct 22
This Philadelphia museum hired Iraqi and Syrian refugees as tour guides for its Middle East gallery di
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LMH/laura huntimer 24h
Appreciate the opportunity to hear from 's today about the need to impress upon leaders of Museum's important role in education overall as well as 's advice for content direction & exciting AAM programs.
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Stephanie Nemcsok 23h
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Alliance of Museums Oct 22
"By developing a stronger, more visible connection between the two located in distinct locations, the breadth of the institution’s offerings to its audiences would be more powerful."
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