- Criticism of the New York Historical Society’s selective narrative in the exhibit, “Aids in New York: The First Five Years.”
- Could you pass this 101-year old test for 8th graders? Hint: some of the geography’s changed a bit since then.
- There are two new, and potentially scientifically significant dinosaur skeletons. And they’re not going to a museum.
- Listen to three of my secret boyfriends (Brian Cox, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and Ian Blatchford) talk about science and museums on The Infinite Monkey Cage. And then listen to the entire series because it’s amazing.
- Take an accredited paleontology course. From paleontologists. Online. For Free!
- Finally, an ostrich flies.
- Stunning tattoos that combine art, geometry, and natural history.
- Jay-Z’s performance art at the Pace Gallery looks like it was full of joy and moments of connection.
- Kimsooja’s “To Breath – A Mirror Woman” installation at Madrid’s Crystal Palace is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen.
- Are you reading Edgital, the blog that explores the connections between museum education and digital media?
- Feel like going on an interactive, subversive, and fun museum tour (What? They aren’t all like that?)?
- Working at a Non-Profit. Yep, that seems about right.
- How much value should be placed on museum attendance numbers when there’s no system of standardization?
- Part Two of Regan Forrest’s review of Designing for the Museum Visitor Experience – Resonance.
- This is how you use Facebook pictures as a way to connect with your audience.
- The Wartime Wardrobe Challenge takes the 1940s idea of clothing rations and moves the focus onto ethical consumption.