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  • SVDC

    October 14, 2016

    SummerVision DC - July 18-21 | Washington, DC

    Immerse yourself in The Museum Experience by spending four, art-filled days in Washington, D.C. exploring permanent collections, current exhibitions, and the museums—as works of art!

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  • NAEA

    February 23, 2017

    Museum Education Division Report

    NAEA News - February/March 2017

  • IMLS

    January 26, 2017

    external resource from IMLS, Report Describes New Frameworks for Museums and Libraries to Strengthen Community Involvement

    The Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Reinvestment Fund released a new report that provides insights for libraries and museums to connect with their communities in new and deeper ways. Produced as part of the Community Catalyst Initiative, the 59-page report combines findings from literature and input from library, museum and community leaders to further efforts of museums and libraries to become critical sites that support community well-being.

  • NGA

    January 12, 2017

    external resource from National Gallery of Art, National Gallery of Art Summer Teacher Institute

    Information for the 2017 Summer Teacher Institute is now available online. The Teacher Institute is a six-day seminar that helps K–12 teachers of all subjects strengthen their knowledge of art history and integrate visual art into classroom teaching. The program features lectures, gallery tours, teaching strategies, and hands-on learning experiences. The institute highlights the social and cultural context of Renaissance art and demonstrates interdisciplinary teaching strategies. Activities are designed to meet teachers' personal and professional enrichment needs. Fellowship opportunities are also available.

    National Gallery of Art
  • AAMG

    October 21, 2016

    external resource from Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, 2017 AAMG Annual Conference: Call for Proposals - Why Museums Matter: The Teaching Museum Today | Deadline: November 7, 2016

    How do you define a teaching museum?  What do you do at your institution that strengthens our support of faculty and students as well as our larger communities?  How are you addressing college and community demographics, equity and diversity, budget issues and academic politics?  AAMG seeks proposals that are representative of a cross-section of the academic field, including anthropology, art, history, science, and natural history museums, galleries, and collections. 

    Association of Academic Museums and Galleries
  • NGA

    October 21, 2016

    external resource from National Gallery of Art, National Gallery of Art Announces Call for 2017–2018 Internship Applications

    Applicants for all internships can access the portal on the Web page for each internship. The Summer Internship application deadline is January 13, 2017, for the period June 5–August 4, 2017. The Internship in the Museum Profession and the Graduate Curatorial Internship application deadlines are also January 13, 2017, for the period September 11, 2017–May 11, 2018.

    National Gallery of Art
  • NGA

    October 13, 2016

    external resource from National Gallery of Art, National Gallery of Art High School Programs

    Activate students’ curiosity, creativity, and intellect in a program grounded in a contextual understanding of art history, prioritizing depth over breadth. Specially trained museum educators lead high school students in close looking, group discussion, and reflective writing in programs that may also include studio art-making and visual journaling.

    National Gallery of Art
  • NGA

    October 13, 2016

    external resource from National Gallery of Art, National Gallery of Art Accepting Requests for School Tours

    Accepting requests for school tours offered from September 26 to December 9, 2016. School tours take place in the West and East Buildings. East Building tours are available from Monday, October 17. Docents consult closely with teachers to ensure that thematic tours enhance, support, and extend classroom learning and curriculum objectives. Slowing down to look carefully at a few works of art, students have the opportunity to think creatively and critically.

    National Gallery of Art
  • Getty

    October 7, 2016

    external resource from The Getty Leadership Institute, The Getty Leadership Institute 2017 | Executive Education for Museum Leaders Now Accepting Applications

    The program is designed to help experienced top-level executives become better leaders to strengthen their institutions' capabilities and advance the field. This intensive management program is for CEOs, Directors, COOs, and senior-level museum executives who influence policy, effect change, and are in the first two to seven years of their position. Program participants take four weeks of intensive courses that address current trends and challenges in the museum field. The program blends two weeks online and two weeks of residency at CGU, and includes practicum sessions at Los Angeles area institutions. Academically rigorous, the program emphasizes leadership, strategy, organizational culture, and change management.

    The Getty Leadership Institute
  • artsy

    October 6, 2016

    external resource from Artsy, To Increase Diversity, Museums Need Change from the Front Door to the Boardroom

    It is clearer than ever that museums are not isolated spaces, able to float above the political currents twisting across the country. More and more, artists are creating socially charged works to address the racial and socioeconomic inequalities that are a constant presence in the national dialogue. Museums and the governments and philanthropic institutions that support them, meanwhile, are rethinking their roles in order to leverage their institutional clout and mobilize the art establishment toward creating a more equitable and diverse world—rather than being walled-off spaces for the wealthy.