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Jenni Drozdek Sep 17
Which art museums feature interpretation that is compelling, relevant, and inclusive? I want to make some trips.
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Becca Kennedy May 24
I love great museum signage. Why won’t my Museum get great signage? Is it because I say “signage?”
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Carla Galfano (she/her) Sep 22
Replying to @BuildingMuseum
A little disappointed by the photography prohibitions . The House & Home exhibition is amazing, but you’ll have to come see the delightful architectural models and historic furnishings for yourself.
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🏛📲 #ITweetMuseums Sep 14
Today is the 5 year anniversary! Over the years we've loved watching more and more museum workers make Twitter a vital resource, inspiration site, sounding board, networking environment, and culture sharing platform. Here's to even more positive uses in the future!
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Anne Young Sep 19
Early morning museum 💗 Robert Indiana’s LOVE, 1970 & Sol LeWitt’s, Wall Drawing no. 652, 1990.
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Megan Martinko Sep 16
Replying to @mmtink92
Currently at a cultural center that provides interpretation in the indigenous languages of the people whose cultural is on display and I wish everywhere did this.
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ArdenCraftShopMuseum 5h
We're pleased to announce that our new exhibition, "They Gave Us Good Leave to Wander: Celebrating 70 Years of ACRA" will open on Sunday, October 21st! More details to come. Photo from the 2003 ACRA play "Who's in Rabbit's House?" (ACSM03987)
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Blaire Moskowitz Jul 22
Ever walk into a room that’s really special? has a collection of handmade glass flowers! Made in the 1800s as specimens, they reflect the actual size, color & detail of the real plant. Unlike herbaria samples, they’re not flattened or dried.
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🏛📲 #ITweetMuseums Sep 14
Replying to @ITweetMuseums
...perhaps the best snapshot of what five years of looks like is this collection of ITM selfies of supporters like you who have made this initiative everything that it is today. The Twitter museum community is the absolute best!
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Ben Fast Sep 15
First proper museum visit in Alberta is to the and it just happens to be Open Cockpit Day! are one of my all-time favourite museum types. Off to explore, and will be back often!
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auni gelles Mar 9
Hey people, can you share your favorite examples of “please touch” labels in galleries? I’m partial to this one at but could use more ideas!
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Carla Galfano (she/her) Sep 22
Very impressed with the social justice focused changing exhibitions including “Evicted” inspired by & free to the public.
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🏛📲 #ITweetMuseums Jun 16
Today, as you explore a museum, find that one object, artifact, painting, photo, specimen, display, or environment that is having an impact on you. Take a pic, explain your perspective & tweet it with the hashtag . See for more encouragement.
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Jenn Aug 17
The was built around this segregated rail car.
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Megan Martinko Sep 16
Use of the word “we” is extremely powerful—and essential—in interpretation of indigenous cultures and cultural heritage. Let the storytellers tell their own stories.
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🏛📲 #ITweetMuseums Jun 18
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Blaire Moskowitz Sep 10
My museum has a large permanent display abt Asian Jews (somewhat surprisingly). It includes a shofar (ram’s horn musical instrument used to celebrate new year) which needed a little ⁠ ⁠love today. And the flash reflection is kinda cool, right? 🍎
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Museum Archipelago 9h
The , which opened in 1999, is a burial site and museum for thousands of victims of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. In this episode, manager describes why a museum is the right medium for the center. Listen here 🎧:
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Ashley Hall ⛏ +🔬📲 Jun 24
More museums need invertebrate displays!
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Margaret Middleton Sep 21
Can you guess where I am today?
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