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Natalie Jul 7
I also visited the Myrtle Beach art museum, which had one thing I found to be very great, and one thing I found to be very bad. Both deal with the idea that .
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Alia Raffia 11h
Replying to @murawski27
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Katiebird Kitchen Witch Jul 15
(1/3) Literally every piece at was amazing, but the educational components were legit game changing 4 me. Here’s an interactive feature showing how news is edited, in the Civil Rights Movement exhibit
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JPTucy 9h
I applaud her decision to leave. Where should museums stand? What are they and what is their responsibility to the public? On Resigning from the British Museum’s Board of Trustees
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LaTanya S. Autry Jul 11
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Chris Garrard Jul 9
'The has been vital in discovering these cultures', Hartwig Fischer tells . An interesting use of the word 'discover' given the truth that underlies it...
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Laura Raicovich Jul 15
Important museum board resignation.
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Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell Jul 15
“The more radical the person is, the more fully he or she enters into reality so that, knowing it better, he or she can transform it. This individual is not afraid to confront, to listen, to see the world unveiled.”-Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed
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Museum-iD Magazine Jul 16
Taking a stand against neutrality: the role of social justice in museums
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Afr-Ame Museum of IA Jul 16
An interesting read on the role of museums in teaching the history of slavery.
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AnabelRoqueRodriguez Jul 12
Colonial art restitution: German museums need greater cultural awareness
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Zack Mohlis Jul 15
Natural history museum used as a space for action and public dialogue on climate breakdown by and . Ya love to see it.
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lauren Jul 13
“Yes, we need to protect the cultural artifacts but that can’t be more important than actual human beings” - on the importance of the museum’s role in the community. nor should they ever be!
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Chris Garrard Jul 10
'We receive very generous support from the Sackler family and we’re grateful for that' | Whether it is colonialism, restitution or ethical funding, Tristram Hunt seems to be consistently out of step with thinking in the wider sector.
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Virgile Septembre 👨‍🎨 Jul 14
Replying to @V_Septembre
More and more children's museums are speaking out against the treatment of migrant children in US detention
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LaTanya S. Autry Jul 15
Apparently learning is a limited endeavor. So bad. "BP has helped the museum “create learning opportunities,” Fischer said at a Monday press briefing, and added, “this sort of support is vital to [the British Museum’s] mission.”"
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LaTanya S. Autry Jul 8
in this project called "America"
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LaTanya S. Autry Jul 16
If you study or teach studio arts, art history, art criticism, arts education, critical race theory- Melva Charlene Stevens' reflections on racism's role in art criticism via .
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Art History for All Jul 14
Wearing my shirt to this because I stay on brand.
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Kai 👩🏽‍💻 Jul 8
Also... I’m just gonna gently interject this story into your timeline. cc:
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