An Open Letter to President Trump regarding the importance of museums and his continued support of museums
President Trump and Museums – Survey Results
Thank you all for your survey responses to the “President Trump and Museums” Survey. Received 241 responses.
President Trump and Museums – Survey
Have created a seven (7) question survey about President Trump and Museums. Please take a moment to answer the survey. Results will be posted here on Museum Planner.
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Alcatraz exhibition opens at Liberty State Park !
Alcatraz Traveling Museum Exhibition opened at Liberty State Park’s, Central Railroad Terminal New Jersey, CRRNJ Terminal, February 11, 2012
Happy Holidays !
Happy Holidays! Wishing you all the best in 2012
Happy Thanksgiving !
Happy Thanksgiving to you, your family and friends !
2011 American Association of Museums Conference
2011 American Association of Museums conference Houston, Texas, the world’s largest gathering of museum professionals. If you can’t attend the conference in Texas, you can attend the virtual conference.
Alcatraz Traveling Exhibition !
Have been hired by Alcatraz Cruises to project manage the new 2800 square foot traveling exhibition “Alcatraz: Life on the Rock”. The exhibition is opening at Ellis Island October 2011. Prior to the opening we would like to evaluate the exhibition with the general public. We are interested in finding a California Bay Area venue that would be available to host the exhibition for 2-3 weeks during March or April for visitor evaluation. We would cover costs during the exhibition evaluation and there would be no cost for the exhibition rental.
Museum Planning on Facebook
In the spirit of the new year and experimentation, I have set up a facebook page for Museum Planning. Interested to see how much traffic such a site would generate. If you like the page please click the “like” button
Construction Has Halted at Los Angeles Museum
“The directors of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art have ordered work to stop on the second phase of a three-part, $450 million renovation and expansion plan until they can raise more money, The Los Angeles Times reported. The decision to halt the project was prompted by a report on the museum’s finances issued by Moody’s Investors Services last week.”