Sunday, November 6, 2016

Pre-Election Mental Palate Cleanser: Museum People's Interviews!

Look, I get that the US election is important, but I'm begging you to take just a short break from the vitriol and doomsday predictions on both sides, and read a few of these interviews from some wonderful museum people instead.

One of my favorite things about museum people is their genuine capacity for sharing --- be it time, information, or expertise.

One of my favorite things about this blog is the opportunity to give a forum to colleagues through the ongoing interview feature on ExhibiTricks.

After hundreds of entries since I started blogging back in 2007(!) I've built up quite a "back catalog" of posts, including interviews with some of the most talented and thoughtful folks in the museum biz.

You can find their interviews by using the "Search Box" on the right hand side of this page (and searching for the word "interviews" natch!) but I thought I'd highlight a few you may have missed if you're a newer ExhibiTricks reader, or some that are just worth another careful read.

Think of it as a pre-election mental "palate cleanser."  Maybe even a guide on working together with others after the election results are in ...

Click on one of the names below (in alphabetical order!) to start the flow of ideas and inspiration.


Sean Duran

Christina Joy Ferwerda

Rachel Hellenga 

Erika Kiessner

Brad Larson

Kathy McLean

Margaret Middleton

Beth Redmond-Jones

Dana Schloss

Nina Simon

Dan Spock

Jason Jay Stevens

Harry White

Lyn Wood

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