The dividing line between "just eff it" and "no effing way" has shifted, and museum workers have taken note.
When a story is ending, what needs to change—the story or the storytellers?
Can we acknowledge doom and collapse and still make positive change in museums?
Some end-of-year reading on museums, silos, learning, racism, leadership, and climate
Can museums engage with climate realism so that it's not all up to their workers to do so?
Are museums and workers ready to confront existential threats to their very existence?
What kind of org culture must a museum have to fight the interconnected crises of racism, climate collapse, and fascism?