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.
Antiracism isn't simply an action plan. For museums, that means rebuilding their own structure and culture into something new.
What kind of org culture must a museum have to fight the interconnected crises of racism, climate collapse, and fascism?
A new unconference series demands Death to (the institutional failures of) Museums.
The museum sector has been talking for years about the need for agility. But just what are we trying to be agile for?
What should museums do in the apocalypse? Stop talking about leadership, realism, and the new normal, to start.