Remote/hybrid work contradictions are a sign of how far museum workplaces have to go.
Museum workloads are undermining the entire remote/return discussion and so much more.
Some end-of-year reading on museums, silos, learning, racism, leadership, and climate
Can museum workers really down bring their own system?
Can museums focus on justice and liberation while managing the onset of hybrid work?
Are museums really treating racism in the field as a problem requiring transformation?
Museums' belief in an unchangeable model is blocking the hard work of addressing institutional racism.
After the Minneapolis guilty verdicts earlier this week, here are some links about exhaustion.