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Museums in the News

Posted by Amanda Gustin on December 11, 2011 in museums in the news |

Welcome to our weekly roundup of news articles about museums.

The museum website as a newspaper – an interview with Walker Art Center

Museum treads careful line in ‘God(s)’ exhibit

What’s in a museum’s name? Everything

‘Please touch,’ says new Utah natural history museum

Maintaining a Museum Ship: ex-USS SLATER (DE 766)

Touring Valentino’s Museum, Virtually

Museum as Node: What to Love About the Walker Art Center’s New Website

Museum Wades Into Politics With a Fund-Raiser

Museum Opens for a Jewelry and Glass Master

Occupy Museums Takes Part in Foreclosure Defense at Alexander Hamilton’s Former Estate

Resisting Renaming of Miami Museum

NYC design museum begins $54 million redesign

NYC museum offers master’s for science teachers

Museums club together for future

Coca-Cola moves formula from bank for 1st time in 86 years to new vault at Atlanta museum

National Hellenic Museum debuts with plenty of Greek heritage

Springfield Art Museum board tweaks director’s job description

Museum officials make ‘cry from the heart’

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