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Aug 27

Bringing the Community Back to the Museum: Market at the Museum in Rocanville

 

It’s a problem that many small community museums face. How do we get local people to come back to the museum?

 

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Aug 25

Mothballs = Poison

 

 

 

 

Have you mothballed your knowledge about mothballs? 

 

 

 

 

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Aug 19

Facebook Page Management 101

 

Facebook is a great way to promote museums. It’s free, it’s simple, and it connects people in the community to the museum.

 

 

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Aug 06

What's your Mission?

 

 

 

Where is your museum going?

 

 

 

 

 

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Jul 09

Five Tips to Improve your Museum Photos

Some tips to assist our members in photographing their museums for our website upgrade.

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Jul 04

Agent of Deterioration #10: Physical Forces

After a large break from the Agents of Deterioration, we present you with the final Agent! Physical Forces here we come!

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Feb 18

Agent of Deterioration #9: Pollutants

Almost done, we're at #9 on the list!

 

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Jan 14

Board Member Experiences #2

Throughout the next few months members of the Board will be sharing testimonials about their experiences serving on the MAS Board. Here are messages from Rhonda Lamb and Chad Debert.

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Dec 11

Board Member Experiences

Throughout the next few months members of the Board will be sharing testimonials about their experiences serving on the MAS Board. Here are messages from Crystal Craig, President of the Board and Yvonne Hotzak.

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Nov 28

Book Review: Life Stages of the Museum Visitor

It's another book review!

 

"For those of us on the road to better engaging our audiences, Wilkening and Chung have handed us the map - or should I say GPS. This book calls on us to see our own museum as a part of a broader audience engagment imperative.  All of this in a clear and succinct summary of fresh and timely research."

Neil H. Gordon, Boston Children's Museum 

 

 

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