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Serbia’s National Museum: Shrine to the Nation or Something More?

The Coronavirus outbreak has forced many cultural institutions to experiment with new, innovative, online solutions to continue to reach people.  Many museums, including the Louvre,...

Post Covid Balancing Act: A Strategy Primer for Museums 

When we reopen ours doors it will not be business as usual. This pandemic will impact our world in profound and lasting ways.  Museums, by...

How Might Museums Look Different When They Reopen After Coronavirus?

Museums shut down during the Coronavirus lockdown are inching to towards reopening, with institutions across Europe and North America looking to welcome visitors again in...

Lockdown musings – Working in an international museum context

After a recent lockdown conversation with a friend of mine, she sent me this quote from Arundhati Roy: “Historically, pandemics have forced humans to break...

How Can Museums Be Instruments of Hope to Coronavirus Locked Down Nations

Museums are the main institutions, which embody national identity and memories of peoples across the global village. However, just like other public spaces museums are...

Why we need museums now more than ever

In today’s uncertain times, museums can act as an anchor in the storm. To those who aren’t as passionate about the power of museums as...

How to get a job in a museum? Here’s what you need to know

For many, a city break or weekend away isn’t complete without a trip to at least one museum. These cultural sanctuaries surround visitors with beautiful...

Blockbuster Addiction

The Rembrandt year is over. About five years ago, the directors of four major Dutch museums first came together to prepare the 2019 celebration of...