We are delighted to present Next Practices in Diversity and Inclusion, a compendium of 51 submissions from AAMD’s membership exploring a wide range of ways that art museums are striving to become more diverse and inclusive places, both inside and out. Download Next Practices here!
This publication showcases concrete examples of how AAMD members are working to make their museums more diverse and inclusive, inside and out—from community programs serving Title I schools to fellowships seeking to diversify museum staff to offering gender-neutral restrooms.
New American teens in Joslyn Art Museum's Refugee Fashion Art Program preparing their looks for the Omaha Fashion Week runway.
Programs featured in Next Practices include:
For the purposes of this publication, we used the American Alliance of Museums’ definitions of diversity and inclusion. Our thanks to AAM for sharing these thoughtful definitions on their website.
Top image: Honor students from The Cinema School at The Frick Collection. Photo: Michael Bodycomb.