Every children’s museum draws from professional practice, core values, and operational assets to define its own destiny in the face of the ongoing catastrophe of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CCLI has developed a four-part webinar series to provide resources and concrete steps for museums to activate DEAI efforts.
Announcing the latest issue of Hand to Hand, “Tightening Up: Streamlining Museum Operations”
An introduction to the “Tightening Up: Streamlining Museum Operations” issue of Hand to Hand.
Consider three keys to success for museums looking to increase their strength and capacity: building community value, managing finances wisely, and practicing appropriate governance.
After almost three years of planning, Hong Kong Children’s Discovery Museum (HKCDM) opened in September 2018.
The authors of the recently-completed Assessing Museum Impact (AMI) Research Project discuss the importance of using data to get where you want to go.
The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire was one of six New England museums (and the only children’s museum) that took part in the Assessing Museum Impact study.
Since opening in 1996, Thanksgiving Point, has restructured for sustainability, unifying its different venues under a united leadership structure.
Museum leaders reflect on the many changes Kidzu Children’s Museum in Chapel Hill, North Carolina has undergone since first opening in 2006.