From the Field

Art museums as "human-centered problem solvers"

Plains Art Museum Director Andy Maus explores why museums are perfectly poised to address entrenched problems in society to create more inclusive, creative, and vibrant communities.

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Puerto Rico’s Museums Bounce Back to Serve their Communities

Following the devastation of Hurricane Maria, two Puerto Rico art museums quickly re-grouped to serve the public, and the island’s cultural heritage.

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Lori Fogarty: History Has Its Eyes on Us

Lori Fogarty asks, "when history has its eyes on us, what does this mean for museums?" Lori is the President of AAMD and the Director of the Oakland Museum of California.

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I Have Marks to Make at Telfair Museums

December 20, 2016

“I Have Marks to Make” is an exhibition and public event at the Telfair Museums that celebrates the therapeutic benefits of art making through the Telfair's community

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Nazi-Era Provenance Workshop

December 9, 2016

Workshop for advanced researchers at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, DC on June 20-21, 2017.

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American Academy in Rome Affiliated Fellowship

November 15, 2016

The second Samuel H. Kress / AAMD Affiliated Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome awarded to Karol B.

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Remembering Martin Friedman

October 4, 2016

Detroit Institute of Arts Director Emeritus Graham Beal remembers Martin Friedman, the museum director that shaped the Walker Art Center.

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Science and Race at Penn Museum

September 15, 2016

Penn Museum is using the fraught history of one of its collections to catalyze conversations on race, science, and justice.

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Welcoming Refugees at Vancouver Art Gallery

August 2, 2016

Vancouver Art Gallery hosted a welcome program for Syrian refugees that have newly arrived in Canada

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