Please enjoy our April 2022 News@TMG!
Anne Bergeron was recently named the interim deputy director of the Institute and Museum of California Art at University of California, Irvine. She joins inaugural museum director Kim Kanatani in guiding the development of a new art museum and research institute for the benefit of the campus and regional community. The museum […]
Salvador Acevedo has started Design With, a new initiative aimed at finding novel solutions to diversity, inclusion, and equity in arts organizations. Acevedo brings over 10 years of experience working with museums and arts organizations to attract a more diverse audience and become more culturally inclusive and welcoming. Design […]
The New England Museum Association is proud to honor its colleagues’ extraordinary effort and commitment to the New England museum community. TMGer David Ellis was recognized at this year’s NEMA conference in their sixth annual Excellence Awards competition.
Ellis served as President and Director of the Museum of […]
Since having the opportunity to meet the Dalai Lama last year, Andrea Jones has been excited to use what she learned and to work with more and more museums to integrate Social Emotional Learning into programs, exhibitions, and staff culture. Social Emotional Learning is a term used most often in […]
In mid-October, Amparo Leyman Pino will be one of the keynote speakers of Tanween at the King Abdul Aziz Centre for World Culture (Ithra), in Saudi Arabia. Tanween is Ithra’s annual Creativity Season. It is an event filled with inspirational talks, seminars, workshops, exhibitions, installations and activities for all ages, covering science, art and innovation.
Truth Must Come First
Nearly two months after my trip to Montgomery, I still find myself thinking about the experiences I had there many times every day. The mental images and emotions are just as vivid as if it were yesterday. But with time I’ve gained enough distance to analyze the elements that made such an […]
GO TO MONTGOMERY.
Now. This year.
Don’t put it off. Don’t put it on a list.
Make your plans. Find a way.
Sixteen members of The Museum Group chose to go to Montgomery for our winter meeting, so we could experience the new Legacy Museum and National Memorial for Peace & Justice together.
Visiting and thinking deeply about museums is […]
David Ellis has been named Interim Executive Director of the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, MA, upon the retirement of their Director, Van Shields, and as the museum undertakes a national search for a successor. About his new assignment, David says:
I look forward to working with the Berkshire Museum at a difficult time and […]
Museums & Public Opinion 2017 examines the responses of more than 2,000 Americans to the following four questions:
- Are museums educational for children and adults in their communities?
- Do you think that museums contribute to their community’s economy?
- If an elected official took legislative action to support museums in your community, how […]
In February, Elaine Heumann Gurian will sit on the Jury Colloquium to judge the winners of the Design Competition for the National Memorial for the Heavenly Hundred Heroes and Revolution of Dignity Museum in Kyiv, Ukraine. She received a Fulbright to work with this museum, which will display documentation of the revolution, […]
David Ellis and Laura Roberts, along with colleagues John Jacobsen and George Hein, are the project team for Assessing Museum Impact (AMI), a year-long initiative with the New England Museum Association. They are working with eight museums in eastern New England to sharpen their thinking about goals and intended impacts, identify metrics that might demonstrate […]
After an extensive national search, the American Horticultural Society (AHS) announced the selection of Beth Tuttle as its next President and CEO. Tuttle, who officially joined the AHS on October 30, brings to the role more than 25 years of experience as a nonprofit leader, organizational consultant, and brand strategist.
“Beth has exceptional leadership experience from […]
The Internal Revenue Service has made it official. After 20 years serving the field as a nonprofit organization, The Museum Group applied for and received 501(c/)(3) status as a tax-exempt organization.
The formal recognition of TMG as tax-exempt reflects TMG’s ongoing role as a collective resource for the advancement of the museum field and its commitment […]
Join Marsha Semmel for a Professional Development Live Webinar on Wednesday September 27 from 2-3:30 pm Eastern time.
“Getting Started with Working Across Generations”
Greg Stevens, Director AAM Professional Development; Elizabeth Isele, founder and CEO, GIEE (Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship), SavvySeniorsWork and CyberSeniors.org; Samuel Moore, online communications coordinator, Missouri History Museum, St. Louis; and Semmel.
Susie Wilkening has begun a major research release from her 2017 Annual Survey of Museum-Goers. She’s been sharing insightful work on intrinsic versus extrinsic motivations, including her own head-slapping moment. This month, she’ll begin releasing what museum-goers say the value museums have contributed to their lives. […]
For the last 3+ years, Vincent Beggs has been doing business development for a “new media” start up, Magnopus, in downtown LA. Magnopus is a Visual Effects, Dome Film, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality content developer and producer. As a result of their relationship with Beggs, they have created work for the […]
Anne Butterfield has returned to private practice providing museum and cultural organizations with management, planning and development expertise.
The Museum Group is thrilled that two experienced, dynamic professionals are joining us this year.
Janeen Bryant of Charlotte NC is a community engagement advocate and catalyst for building organizational capacity. Formerly vice president of education at the Levine Museum of the New South, she developed and implemented a community focused Listening Sessions model used in […]