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Pass the Authority, Please!

Authority is a loaded word.  It implies a relationship structured on power.  For many, the museum is an authority on history for little reason other than, well, it’s a museum.  So, before even walking in, a power-based relationship exists between … Continue reading

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Creating an Experience to Remember

For most visiting the Queens County Farm Museum, the expectation is to see and participate in a unique farming experience.  Amy Fischetti-Boncardo, the museum’s director, explains the museum has answered this expectation by providing an agricultural experience that offers insight … Continue reading

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Should You Preach What They Want To Hear?

The museum community often discusses a variety of ways to bring new and diverse audiences into museums. Many advertise exciting programs and exhibitions through innovative outreach. If audience is lack luster, museums are encouraged to do audience research to identify the … Continue reading

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