The unequal distribution of time is a museum-field tragedy
Are museum workers really waiting on spacefaring tech billionaires to save us?
Museums are adopting an attitude of relentless cautious optimism to mask uncertainty and paradox.
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.
Museums are full of mindsets, like most organizations. What behaviors are being excused?
Has fear of an empty workplace supplanted promised org humanism and flexibility?
Museums are reopening, but are they ready for tough questions about purpose, membership, and AI?