Coming up, our next meetup, with museum strategist and tech leader, Rob Stein. Rob is a longtime innovator and leading blogger in the museum world, and is now Executive VP and Chief Program Officer at the American Association of Museums. Rob will talk about how the collaborative nature of the museum field coupled with the power […]
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We’re looking forward to our next meetup event featuring a Google Hangout with Elizabeth Merritt, Vice President, Strategic Foresight at the American Alliance of Museum and Founding Director, Center for the Future of Museums. Larger trends in the world impact museums and their audiences, and the Center for the Future of Museums is at the forefront […]
Had a great Hangout with Beka Economopoulos, co-founder of The Natural History Museum, a popup museum in Brooklyn that is changing perceived boundaries around museums by taking exhibits and programs out on the road and collaborating with organizations. Beka encourages museums to take a position on issues such as environmental change to be more relevant to the […]
How do museums, art and environmental activism interface? Coming on the heels of Earth Day and the March for Science, our next meetup will feature a Google Hangout with Beka Economopoulos, co-founder of The Natural History Museum, a mobile and pop-up museum based in Brooklyn that focuses on principles of scientific inquiry, and invites visitors to […]
We’re delighted to announce our next meetup and Google Hangout event with Kimberly Drew, social media manager at The Met in NY. Kimberly is a leading thinker in the museum world focusing on black culture and art, with a wide range of media articles written about her work, including “Best Instagram Accounts to Follow” on […]
And here are a few photos from our meetup with Nina Simon last month. A great event — 60 or so showed up for our networking hour, participation on the writeable walls at innovation space District Hall in Boston, social time with colleagues, and a great conversation with Nina on what is ways of connecting […]
Great Hangout with Nina Simon last night on our first Museumhive meetup! Nina shared her perspective on the distributed museum with thoughts drawn from her new book, The Art of Relevance. To take it a step further, you can browse sample content and purchase the book in print and digital form at www.artofrelevance.org. And here’s the archived video […]
Here we are, after a great event, and we’ve updated the way you can view the archived Hangout with Nina. Best way is to view it through our blog entry, so you can view the notes and add your own comments. Enjoy! And, please, if you haven’t already, sign up for our e-newsletter in the […]
Here’s the link to Nina’s book in prep for our meetup next week: http://www.artofrelevance.org/ (Note that if shipping time is a concern to get this before the meetup, you can buy a digital version for download. There are also sample chapters available to read for free).
We may still be working on this site, but we’re moving full speed ahead with plans! Primed to have Nina Simon as our first Hangout guest talking with us about museums and relevance. We’ll also be talking about the Museumhive plan where we collectively create documents about connecting museums and communities. 10/26/16 at District Hall […]