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Erin Wolfe Bell Oct 3
“Don’t be scared of it. Just do it.”
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Rusty Baker Dec 18
The thing about is that everyone thinks tweeting a call to action is the same as taking action.
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Guy C. Vanderpool Mar 22
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Hofstra University Museum of Art Feb 4
Great article explains how researchers report medical students who spend more time enjoying and/or participating in the arts had higher levels of wisdom, empathy, and tolerance of ambiguity. # hofstrau qq
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The Extroverted Museum Aug 23
🔺 begins in-house, across all departments.🔺 "...ensure that all employees are trained in brand values, understand that they are daily representatives of the company and are invested in acting as brand advocates"
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Coral Feb 25
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Docent Thug Life May 28
Museums can't change overnight. Nor should they. There is opportunity for education in that change.
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Coos History Museum Apr 20
Personally thanked Congressman Peter DeFazio (D) OR and Congressman Jared Huffman (D) CA today for their support of IMLS. Both Congressman were hosting a public forum at our museum today.
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Willa Vogel Feb 26
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Dani Stuckle Feb 26
Museums make a $12 billion annual economic impact just in tax revenue. With a B.
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Alli Burness @ #MCN2018 24 Sep 17
Love that 's cat and finally made a appearance
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Katherine M. Custer Feb 26
Day 2 of Museums Advocacy Day and I am blown away by the numbers. Did you know that non-profits are the 3rd largest workforce in the US?
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Marcus | 🦃 May 9
$3 million is “federal budget dust.”
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Casey Wooster Oct 3
“We need to get better about telling our story - tooting our horn - and getting others to do so” -
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Lauren O'Neill Mar 23
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Coleman Hampton May 24
Glad to welcome State Rep Hugh Shine and wife Debbie to to discuss museums as community resources! Handed him copies of Economic Report.
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MOCA Mar 26
Thank you . for signing on to this year’s OMS letter and supporting the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami! .
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Marcus | 🦃 May 9
. ‘s tips: 1. Do your homework 2. Don’t wait until advocacy days. Build relationships. 3. Get board of trustees involved - they make campaign gifts to these legislators! 4. BE CONSISTENT! Don’t just show up when you need something.
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Dani Stuckle Feb 26
What does the public think about museums? Survey says: people consistently love museums. 96% of people think positively of public officials taking action to support museums.
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Coleman Hampton Jul 20
Exciting accomplishment for those who advocated for spending on arts and culture. Keep conversations going with local/state/national representatives!
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