Tag Archives: Culture & Heritage Institution

Cross-Institutional Partnerships: Opportunities for Inclusion

This month, our regular contributor Porchia Moore highlights two collaborative programs carried out by the Columbia Museum of Art in South Carolina. She proposes that cross-institutional partnerships like the ones described below might hold greater inclusive potential than any single one of these organizations could achieve on its own. Have you ever participated in cross-institutional partnerships? What was […]

(Re)Connection in Collaboration: Zuni Collection Reviews at the Indian Arts Research Center

Patricia Baudino was a contributing author to the volume of the Journal of Museums and Social Issues we guest edited a year ago. In this piece, she discusses research she’s been conducting as part of her internship at the Indian Arts Research Center (IARC), which examines the exchange of information between the IARC and local source communities. […]

Increasing Access at the Royal Ontario Museum

Kate Zankowicz is a museum educator at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) and a doctoral candidate at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. She blogged for us back in November on object-based, multi-sensory learning at the ROM.  This week, she shares with us an interview she conducted with Elizabeth Novak, a Royal Ontario […]