Museums Advocacy Day 2019 took place February 25-26 in Washington, DC.
A children’s museum considering a school today has the benefit of learning from the experience of organizations like Portland Children’s Museum and Opal School.
Having a clear definition of play, on an institutional level, can strengthen a museum’s work and facilitate communication around play to stakeholders.
Four low-cost and no-cost benefits to recruit, reward and retain members at your museum.
Vroom, an early learning and brain development initiative, starts from a very simple principle: Parents already have what it takes to be brain-builders.
Use software and administrative tools to tackle five common museum programming issues.
Richard Louv talks to Hand to Hand editor Mary Maher about the New Nature Movement.
The role of a children’s museum is to provide a safe and fun place for families to play, learn, and enjoy time together.