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Museums Association Aug 10
Egyptian curators denied visas to attend Egyptology conference in Wales:
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Barry Szczesny Aug 9
So honored to represent the American Alliance of Museums as Director of Government Relations and Public Policy. Looking forward to advancing its mission to champion museums.
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Nicole Cook Aug 8
Happy to be at the at this moment when they & other are undertaking the necessary work of making our field broader and more inclusive. "With New Urgency, Museums Cultivate Curators of Color":
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Ruth Slaney Aug 12
Love to visit these characters. Great example of how large scale objects can really make a space shine
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Jenny Mathiasson Aug 11
Welcome to a museum professional reviewing 'The Museum of Art' level from Alpha Protocol: let's start with the behind-the-scenes area where the player starts, shall we?
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Eli Dror 6h
might be a tiny country, but it has a lot of space for apparently. The Jewish State has more museums per capita than any other country in the world.
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The Cromwell Museum Aug 10
Our bit of from this week combines a 19th century painting of at the battle of Naseby, with a problem that we know besets many modern re-enactors... 😀
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Barry Szczesny 12h
Great family visit to B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore this weekend! Undirected play, history, object-based learning, STEM and…trains!
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High Caliber History LLC 11h
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The Mary Rose Aug 8
The Mary Rose wins Volunteer Led Visitor Experience award at awards!
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LaTanya S. Autry Aug 9
Ethically Interpreting History -- Shawn Halifax's # AAAM slide highlights Charleston, SC interpretative program. We need all interpreters in all kinds of to consider ethics- educators, curators, visitor svcs reps, development officers, directors+.
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Kids in Museums 23h
Are you aged 18 to 25 and like ? Bring your voice to as a young Trustee. No experience required! Only 5 days to go until the closing date; find out more here
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SCM Conservation Aug 9
Another beautiful book in our lab for . This large and weighty tome dates from 1630 and is a work of astronomical research by Christoph Scheiner.
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FlorenceNightingale Aug 11
It’s your last weekend to catch our temporary display ‘‘Nursing is an Art’: Education and Identity at the Nightingale Training School’! Don’t miss out, it closes on the 16th of August!
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DigitalDilemmaConference 16h
3D scanning and printing have been used in cases of the of cultural heritage objects, it would be great to hear different perspectives on digitisations in cases of the repatriation of human remains
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Rabia Malik Aug 12
And some Sunday afternoons are meant to be spent ignoring work and exploring your own city
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Laurie Lipton Aug 7
Women artists who are masters of their craft make it into
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Roy Clare Aug 9
Yes ... but “visitor numbers” is a retro measure that is silent on outcomes, emotional connections, online services, partnerships and wider influences on learning, communities and social/cultural benefits. Work is needed in those areas too, but aren’t one-dimensional.
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Kate Oliver Aug 8
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Lectures MV Aug 7
Objects are not passive, and the source community needs to be involved in activating cultural objects like the midi. Lisa Hilli painstakingly made this midi pictured and it has now been worn by several elders.
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