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Artifacts and Alliances (2015) concerns museums and storytelling

A previous post is entitled: Storytelling: Getting attention; playing the role; collaboration. As noted at the post, a Dec. 1, 2016 Canadian Museum of History article is entitled: “Canadian History Hall Storytelling: The Human Experience.” The opening paragraph reads: As the Canadian History Hall team began its task of creating an exhibition spanning 15,000 years, […]


City of Mississauga Heritage & Museums Strategic Plan meeting – Dec. 14, 2015 at 6:00 pm Mississauga Central Library

City of Mississauga Heritage & Museums Strategic Plan HAVE YOUR SAY TCI Consultants will be presenting their draft recommendations for the Museums and Heritage Strategic Plan. Come and let your voice be heard. Date: Dec 14. Where: Central Library, Noel Ryan Auditorium Time: 6:00 pm Click here for details here >  


After 40 percent loss in operating budget, Glenbow became most financially self-sufficient of 10 largest museums in Canada

The study in question is Museums and the Paradox of Change, Third Edition (2013, 1997, 1995). A blurb for the book (see link above) begins with the following opening paragraph: “Museums throughout the world are under increasing pressure in the wake of the 2008/2009 economic recession and the many pressing social and environmental issues that […]


City of Toronto – Museums – Events

The City of Toronto has some great information in the category of Museums – Events. [To access the information, click on the link in the previous sentence.] As well, you can sign up for an e-Newsletter from Toronto’s Historic Museums. You can access the sign-up form at the above-noted website or by clicking here. We […]


Totalitarian Art (1990, 2011): Igor Golomstock argues that state-controlled art in Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, and Soviet Russia shared identical features

Initially, I was not all that impressed with Totalitarian Art (1990, 2011) but after reading a couple of online reviews of the book, and an online obituary for the book’s author Igor Golomstock, I am more impressed – impressed enough, that is, that I have made a point of reading the book from start two […]