Museum Management

Museums are one of the most important institutions available to the public. They preserve, share, and cull together some of the most important exhibits, objects, and artifacts known to human history. They not only aim to educate, but to enrich and further a functional democracy. All to say, museums are kind of a big deal, which means that the jobs necessary to keep them operating are also kind of a big deal. 

As you might expect, there’s a lot that goes into starting a museum. It’s a complicated and ambitious task that requires, among other things, planning, research, and public support. It can be, however, one of the most fulfilling and gratifying ventures, as museums not only...

If you think museums are fun during working hours, you should see what they look like after dark. After hour museum programs are great ways to present all of the educational and aesthetic pleasures of a museum but with a dark twist. Serve your visitors some wine and cheese, dim the lights, bring out the fog machines, and create a totally new experience for your members

Most of the time, we like to think of experiencing art, history, and science in the quiet, serene setting of a museum. All museum aficionados know and love the feeling of entering a new exhibit with a tall, extended ceiling, clear white walls, and an arm’s reach proximity from the captivating art and relics that surround them.

Every museum requires an art curator to help manage, catalog, present, and assemble art and cultural collections. The role of the art curator is a position sought after by art and museum aficionados who are passionate and knowledgeable about specific art or cultural periods. What Does an...

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