Summer 2020 may have arrived with a cloud of uncertainty and a new assortment of struggles, but it hasn’t been canceled completely.
In a summer now devoid of vacations, camps, pool parties, family outings, and barbeques with friends, younger kids and teens are no longer occupied and majority of parents are feeling overwhelmed with what’s to come.
Whether you’re a parent seeking new approaches to engage and entertain your kids this summer, or you’re wondering how you might be able to provide some sort of summertime fun at-home, don’t stress anymore.
Over the last few weeks, the confluence of COVID-19 & Black Lives Matter has prompted museums of all types to think differently about their organizational structure and their critical role as civic institutions.
Now, museums are working diligently and are making radical internal shifts in order to not just survive the pandemic, but to thrive in a world that is now bringing a broader awareness to the history of systemic racism.