Tuesday, December 31, 2019
The Sankofa Bird symbol at the top of this post sets the tone of "looking back to move forward."
Here are six links to topics I posted about on ExhibiTricks during 2019 that will help inform my thinking (and hopefully yours!) about museums and museum work in 2020:
1) Are Exhibit Timelines So Boring Because of the Lines? The idea of "best practices" and doing things "the way we've always done it before" gets in the way of new museum thinking.
2) Museum Elevators and Exhibit Design Sometimes museum/exhibit/design inspiration can be found in unexpected places.
3) "Best Museum" Lists are the Worst If it was up to me, we'd never see another one of these dumb lists, starting in 2020.
4) What Makes A "High Quality" Museum? On the other hand, there is one key element that sets high-quality museums apart ...
5) 10 Things I Learned As a Fulbright Specialist in Bulgaria I really learned a lot during my Fulbright work in Bulgaria.
6) Supporting Museums As They Transform: An Interview with Charity Counts Charity is doing great work as the executive director of the Association of Midwest Museums, especially as an advocate for fair pay for museum workers.
Best wishes to everyone for a happy, healthy, and CREATIVE start to 2020!
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