During the museum’s closure to visitors, North Country Children’s Museum pivoted their focus to online, lending, and outdoor programming to continue serving their audiences.
Open for just eighteen days before the museum was forced to close to the public due to COVID-19, National Children’s Museum leveraged their Climate Action Heroes exhibit to generate online programming that helps fulfill their mission.
This piece takes a look at how the COVID-19 pandemic affects exhibit planning, prototyping, available materials, and more.
By designing for the future, museums can hold resilience as a core value that sustainably guides everything the organization does.
ACM Trends Report 4.5 shares results from a September/October survey of ACM members about how COVID-19 is affecting the children’s museum field.
Fall celebrations might look different this year, but there are still plenty of fun ways to celebrate safely. If you need some tricks to add to your treat bag this Halloween, try these tips for a spook-tacular celebration with family and friends.
Relationship building is the very foundation and core of nonprofit development.
This excerpt from “International Thinking on Children in Museums: A Sociocultural View of Practice” shares the story of Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center’s founding.
The latest issue of Hand to Hand, “COVID-19: Stories from the Field” is now available!
Peter Olson spoke with the leaders of Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Greentrike, and Children’s Museum Houston about their museums’ strategies for surviving closure, preparing to reopen, and reimagining missions and adapted operations.