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Tamsin C Russell Sep 20
Constant project working means lose expertise when fixed term roles come to an end. Knowledge is not lost to the sector but it is still 2 steps forward & 1 step back. Without a sudden funding flurry - we wish - how can we ensure continuity and legacy?
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Mike Jones Sep 17
I wrote a new blog post. It ended up rantier than I expected > Reflections on ICOM Kyoto, and that definition
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Sean Chilton Sep 20
First tweet on my new museums account! Hello Twitter!
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CLAN Sep 18
One month today til the Australian Orphanage Museum open in Geelong 19th October 10.30 - 12.30 Hope to see many / Clannies come visit
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Tamsin C Russell Sep 18
I am speechless & angry. 1. Going to university isn’t the only path & 2. There should be consistency in assessment at this level not snobbery about previous organisations past achievement. Applications 'filtered by university ranking' - BBC News
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Historical Firearms Sep 13
An interactive at the National Army Museum. 'Assembling' an SA80. Fun for the kids.
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Hack4Heritage Sep 20
Preparation for Hack4Heritage is well underway and we want to remind you that registration is open until October 4! REGISTER HERE:
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Katherine Baxter Sep 9
Would you like to spend 30 days working with fabulous money collection at to improve storage and database records? Supervised by ME? Then apply for this project placement! 💰DEADLINE Sept 19 💰
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Isabel Singer Sep 12
Listen to your visitors. Listen to people who aren't coming and figure out why.
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Henry McGhie Sep 20
Calling all & museum networks, everywhere, big & small. Please take part in this short survey to share any (I mean any!) -related work during 2016-19, as part of a global stocktake. Survey link here: .
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Kids in Museums Sep 12
We have two reduced price tickets for small left for our autism training day next month. If your organisation has up to 150,000 visits per year, do drop us an email: getintouch@kidsinmuseums.org.uk
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Kids in Museums Sep 2
How lovely is this from ! Its latest object installation is from young visitor, Bethan. After being told what do, she decided to donate her 'most precious' rock so that everyone could see and enjoy it. 👏
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MNH Naturalists Sep 20
Sometimes you just want to look at Gus. He's the best. ❤ LS
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Sarah E (She/Her) Sep 10
Hey ! Brag about what you offer for young children+their grownups. Innovative programs? Great children's spaces? Staff all on board to welcome kids? I want turn hear all about it
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Isabel Singer Sep 19
“We spent so much time figuring out how ’s poop should look. It was a crowning achievement” - Susan Golland, Exhibit Developer, at the Chicago Museum Exhibitors Group Meeting. Great exhibit design is in the details!
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Upstart Co-Lab Sep 21
Check this out: Museums Should Lead in Socially Responsible Investing -
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Ben Fast Sep 21
Replying to @h_chatterjee
Recent survey shows pretty much all UK are engaging in wellbeing work, up from around 25% when started looking at this field. What are the Canadian numbers? Who is doing this research/surveying?
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EmmaTBanks Sep 20
Fantasy morning with research and digitisation volunteers showing new recruits the delights of photograph archive scanning and documenting
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NCPH Sep 19
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