What is to be done if the "fall" of museum work is just a part of a greater malaise?
Are museum workers ready to help society confront hard choices?
As we teeter on the edges of so many problems, can we take in all that we're facing?
The best gift to yourself is one that others get to share in.
The new year starts with a lot of links but a lot less masking …
Are efforts to make museums fairer workplaces—including with DEAI—just going in circles?
The dividing line between "just eff it" and "no effing way" has shifted, and museum workers have taken note.
Museums may not get enough attention in this economy—but they may be important canaries in the coal mine.
The disagreement between remoters and returners is turning nasty. Will museum workers get caught in the middle?
Some things don't change when the calendar flips, like unsustainable workloads.
Is there another reality where museum workers can leave bad org culture behind?
What if the get-back-to-the-building museum leaders are the ones risking irrelevance?