I just wanted to highlight the most recent issue of Exhibitionist, which is a theme issue related to inclusive experiences, and universal design in exhibitions. All of the articles, and even the exhibition and book reviews, all relate to the aforementioned topics.
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As you may already know, Exhibitionist is a "journal of reflective practice" published by the National Association for Museum Exhibition (NAME) in the Spring and Fall of each year. Exhibitionist is also one of the best, if not the best, museum-related journals available.
Exhibitionist always features thought-provoking articles on exhibition theory and practice, exhibition critiques and commentary, book reviews, technical articles, and other essays of interest to the profession.
I was especially taken by the range of articles about accessibility and universal design in this current issue, ranging from case studies in historical museums and aquariums to "nuts and bolts" articles about getting your staff on board to implement more inclusive practices into your institution.
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