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Apr 17, 2019 ... The Met hosts blogs on a wide range of subjects. Visit our Blogs page to get the latest from Met staff and guest authors.

Q&A with Kenzie Sitterud

To support Eric’s article, and highlight a deficiency of consistent institutional blogging, I conducted a not-so-scientific study of 100 museum’s websites to see how they were using a blogging platform, if at all. I used BigRoads.com’s “highly opinionated” list of the best museums in the U.S. as my source, which includes museums of all different sizes and genres. Here are a few of my observations:

Museum of flight seattle

Apr 30, 2019 ... Their questions made me think about a blog post I wrote in 2008, The Future of Authority. I want to reshare this post with you today for two ...

Brown Girls Museum Blog

One of the benefits Eric highlighted is what’s known as the Long Tail Effect, which basically says that the almost-limitless accumulator of your website allows you to illuminate the treasures that you can’t display in your galleries — a little article for everyone. Your museum’s blog is also a place to produce social media fodder, actualize “related content” for your collections and programs, and to hone your museum’s brand. So yeah, we think that you’re missing out if your content action doesn’t include consistent blogging.

Museum of death

Sep 30, 2016 ... By following blogs from museums and curators, you can get a unique perspective on museums around the world. Check out these 100 blogs to ...

9 Museum Blogs I recommend

Last week, I had the honor to manage a museum babble on Twitter, through a acclaimed profile called Museum Hour. Every Monday evening, at 8 pm GMT, many museum fans assurance in to their Twitter accounts. Someone manages the conversation and asks questions, and anyone is free to respond. Every Monday there is a different topic, and I was managing a highly entertaining babble about – museum blogs!

Museums near me

Sep 7, 2018 ... Back in December, my colleague Eric Holter asked in his monthly newsletter if a museum's blog really matters. (Spoiler: It really does). One of ...

Center for the Future of Museums Blog

After reviewing hundreds of museum websites and blogs, I’ve identified four attributes that the most acknowledged museums share. They are: format, theme, cross-linking, and schedule. For this article, I’ve chosen 20 examples of blogs that are accomplishing all of the above, a little of each, or absorption really hard on one.

Museums in la

Q&A with Kenzie Sitterud. Kenzie Sitterud is the featured artist for Untitled Final Friday: "Sit. Stand. Play." at the Denver Art Museum on May 31. Read our Q&A to  ...

100 Best Curator and Museum Blogs

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Museum of illusions

Jan 31, 2018 ... This is a museum blog, and I'm a blogger who recommends my peers. This is a collection of museum blogs to follow, read, and enjoy if you love ...

Plan Your Visit to Serious Play

But the observation that really cut me to the quick was that many of those museums that even had blogs had trouble keeping them up to date or thematically consistent. I’m sure that many blogs are launched with good intentions, but more than 10% of the blogs I reviewed hadn’t been updated in over a year.

Museum of science

About Us. Brown Girls Museum Blog (BGMB) is two brown girls blogging about museums, a site to promote people of color in the public humanities as emerging  ...

Four Attributes of the Best Museum Blogs

When blogging first came onto the scene as a claimed publishing platform, bloggers were often accepted as amateur journalists and reporters, covering their favorite topics no matter how obscure or personal. Their websites didn’t need to be slickly designed, as long as the content spoke to somebody. But as blogs became more mainstream, many were gobbled up by big media companies, and suddenly, yesterday’s at-home printing press became today’s online magazine. Some actual magazines, seeing crumbling sales, went all-digital, and today, blogs and magazine websites are virtually indistinguishable. At least, as far as the formatting goes.

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