ACM Trends Report 4.8 focuses on children’s museum collaborations with social and health services organizations
The “Museums Mobilize to Support Parents and Caregivers” webinar looked at three museum-community partnerships to offer parent support during COVID-19.
In the first-ever Museums Mobilize webinar, speakers from three children’s museums shared how their efforts to combat food insecurity intersect with their institutional missions.
Transforming the role and identity of the children’s museum in the community by operating a food pantry.
How PAPALOTE is optimizing social media to become present in visitors’ daily lives.
Discovery Museum’s Virtual Traveling Science Workshops allowed the museum to significantly grow potential audiences.
Mississippi Children’s Museum is increasing their flexibility in supporting families, from camps to virtual learning to childcare.
Betty Brinn Children’s Museum is pursuing innovation with an entrepreneurial approach to new partnerships.
The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum is strengthening their earned income base by expanding indoor/outdoor programming and offering private playtimes.
MODS is innovating virtual programming to achieve their mission of connecting people to inspiring science.