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Presentation | 2015: San Jose, CA

Strong leaders must be cultivated at various stages in their careers to ensure that museums remain a vital part of our society. Leaders have diverse generational and personal...

Presentation | 2015: San Jose, CA

Within our current age of technology, museums and other memory institutions steward many important cultural materials in digital form. These materials can include products of major digitization initiatives, websites, archives, research, and sometimes original artworks.

Digital objects have their very own inherent vices and are constantly...

Presentation | 2015: San Jose, CA

The University of California Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science provides outreach programming through community partnerships to:

•  Learn what is relevant to the community;

•  Provide diverse audiences with access to high-quality STEM experiences in the community;

•  Raise awareness within the community about resources...

Presentation | 2015: San Jose, CA

Using the Meta Approach to Explain and Expand the Coos History Museum’s Collaborative Exhibit Plan. In the Coos History Museum’s new building, our exhibit design is quite different from our old location. We have with mostly implied rather than physical galleries. One of the goals of a new museum, a new exhibit concept is to help...

Presentation | 2015: San Jose, CA

Public art has a long been part of the urban fabric of the United States. Most states and major cities have percent-for-art laws where a percentage of building project budgets is dedicated towards public art. Because of its long established history, public art has policies, practices, and processes in place with proven effectiveness. Overtime...

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