If we don't have the time for awareness of ourselves, how can museum workers serve audiences and society?
Can we be wrong and right about museum-field pain points at the same time?
Organizations are too often centered on leaders. How can museums shift to centering the humanity of everyone?
If mindfulness is the art of noticing, then NFTs are the new noticing of art.
We'll build on our shared knowledge and uncertainty with a Discord community for Museum Human subscribers.
Is resilience in the museum sector just another individualized solution to structural problems?
Are museums and workers ready to confront existential threats to their very existence?
Can a practice dedicated to being in the present moment help when museums fetishize the past while cannibalizing their future?
What should museums do in the apocalypse? Stop talking about leadership, realism, and the new normal, to start.
Is burnout in the museum field something particular to the sector, or just another expression of the rotten Matrix? And which do we tackle first?
Two of us self-styled change agents wrote a book about how to deal with change, and then how to deal yourself in.
Workplaces are only getting busier. How do museum workers find time to think?