So sorry for the Hurricane Irene-related snafus over the weekend. The Museums in the News and Jobs Listing posts are now fully updated, so go check them out!
Welcome to our weekly roundup of museum news articles! Improv Everywhere teams with Guggenheim Museum to encourage New Yorkers to “Say Something Nice” A Pharaoh Lords Over a Museum Vt. museum to search for War of 1812 shipyard BRIMS set to close doors permanently “A Song for the Horse Nation” Gallops into Washington Bulgaria Opening [...]
Welcome to our weekly listing of new jobs posted. As always, jobs go up immediately on their own page, so check there first. Staff Curator [US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs]The U.S. Department of the Interior, Indian Affairs has a job posting for a Staff Curator, GS-13. This is NOT an entry-level [...]
We interrupt our regularly scheduled posting to bring you a roundup of emergency preparedness links, in anticipation of Hurricane Irene this weekend. Even if she fizzles out (which certain of us would really appreciate, ok, Irene?), it’s good to be prepared, and to learn about helping your museum be prepared. The NEDCC, always prepared, sent [...]
With a hat tip to Tufts Instructor Margherita Desy for pointing this out to us, the hopeful conservators and curators among you should go check out this workshop! Care of Paintings Workshop October 5, 2011 Workshop Location: Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA ______________________________ NEDCC’s Care of Paintings workshop is part of a collaborative program with [...]
We have a new voice here at the TMSB. Oren is in the Museum Education MA program and he brings us a great review of a new exhibit. If you’d like to write an exhibit review and post it here, we’re happy to have it! Just write me directly – amanda.gustin[at]tufts[dot]edu. They don’t make museums [...]
The Chronicle of Philanthropy – which is a great source of information if you’re not already checking it out regularly – has a good blog post up with advice from nonprofit leaders about finance. Some good, solid stuff in there. Check it out.
Welcome to our weekly roundup of museums in the news! So sorry to have missed last week; we’ll try to make up for it with this week’s selections. Police: Woman Attacks Art At DC Museum Again Dutch city settles on looted Jan Steen painting Nitrate negatives – museum to copy, destroy unsafe items Archive Of [...]
Welcome to our weekly roundup of job listings. As always, job announcements are posted on their own page regularly. This is just the weekly roundup. Public Programs Coordinator [Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art]PUBLIC PROGRAMS COORDINATOR – CHEEKWOOD BOTANICAL GARDEN & MUSEUM OF >ART, NASHVILLE, TN > > >Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of [...]
This is a great course of instruction offered fairly inexpensively by one of the best institutions in New England. What’s not to love? Register Now for NEDCC’s Fall 2011 FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITIZATION WEBINAR SERIES Thursday, September 22 INTRODUCTION TO IMAGE CAPTURE Tuesday, September 27 DIGITAL PROJECT PLANNING Tuesday, October 18 METADATA Tuesday, October 25 SUSTAINABLE [...]