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Ideas and Thinkers to Incorporate

Marian Godfrey Gardner's paper "Whose Revolution is it Anyway?"

Marian Godfrey Gardner is the longtime director of cultural programs for the Pew Charitable  Trust.  The whole museum field has her and the Pew Foundation to thank for agreeing to un

Roger Miles at VSA conference 1992 about the Exhibition Team Approach

Roger Miles, a man I admired very much, gave this paper in 1992 at the VSA conference.  He gave a paper called”Too Many Cooks Boil the Wroth” It is about using the team approach for exhib

A conversation on Museum 3.0 about museums and social service

Museum 3.0 has been hosted in the past by Lynda Kelly and Agelina Russo in Australia.  Museum 3.0 is a blog worth reading.

The Tang Conference April 2006: A panel discussion of the University Museum

Lisa Curran, Doren Ross, Fred Wilson and I spoke about university art museums from different perspectives. The panel discussion is attached.

A power point collaboration about building museums by Dana Greil, Jim Volkert, Judy Gradwahl

This collaborative power point was prepared for the AAM conference in 2009.  Jim Volkert, Dana Greil and Judy Gradwahl were the speakers.  I served as summation speaker.  All three o

George Hein's slide package on Museum's as Education and Museum Education

George Hein has spent an academic lifetime focused on learning in museums and its relationship to learning theory.  This slide package allows students and museum staff to understand the educat

Nina Simon and her blog Museum 2.0

Nina Simon is a prolific and original thinker.

Remembering Steve Weil

Let me share with you an indelible memory of Steve Weil that finally makes sense to me.


  • This power point was written an introduction to the issue of Timeliness and Relevance in museums especially in museum exhibitions and programs.
  • I wrote it as a



15 February 2010

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