2 edition of Help for the small museum found in the catalog.
Help for the small museum
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My in-laws live near Conner Prairie, Indiana which is an outdoor living history museum; we had just returned from visiting there when we read this book. The frontier village of Clifton, Indiana which Haddix describes seems much like the tourist attraction, Conner Prairie, a mid-American country town frozen in /5. Books shelved as museums: Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg, The Participatory Muse.
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Help for the Small Museum: Handbook of Exhibit Ideas and Methods (The Pruett Series) Paperback – January 1, by Neal Arminta (Author)Cited by: 2. The Small Museum Toolkit, written by thirty-four experienced museum professionals, helps you define the questions you should be asking, gives you tools to achieve your goals, and guides you where to go for help.5/5(2).
The Small Museums Toolkit provides more proof that small museums are wonderful places run by creative professionals, many of whom have shared their insights and expertise as authors of this series. This book provides clear, comprehensive, practical information for anyone tackling management : Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko.
museum should take to improve the preservation of its collections and buildings. As the building is the first line of defense for the collections it houses, and often the museum’s “primary artifact,” an architect is often a critical member of the assessment team.
Many members of the Small Museum Association have volunteered to help with your questions on professional dilemmas and problems.
Take a few minutes to go through the list and see if there is someone with the expertise you are looking for to answer your toughest questions. 20th Century Military History: Mike Leister, Director, AMC Museum.
The book is well organized and methodical in its approach. It is easy to read, offering many examples that cover different types of museums, ranging from large to small, historical, visual, scientific and live. The book seems especially geared toward readers who intend to start new museums, and includes a reference section, Museum Toolbox/5(36).
The Institute for Museum and Library Services has a Museums for America Grant that funds education, exhibition, collection management, policy creation, and training. The program offers grants in the amount of $ to $, for two- to three-year projects.
Detailed collection information helps insurers value the museum’s loss and it aids police in investigating the theft and, with luck, in identifying and returning stolen items.
If an object were damaged, a thoroughFile Size: 2MB. SMA's mission is to develop and maintain a peer network among people who work for small museums, giving them opportunities to learn, share knowledge and support one another, so that they, in turn, can better serve their institutions, communities, and profession.
The Getty Foundation. The Getty Foundation provides strategic grants and programs for research, conservation, and education as well as professional development of museum staff. For more information, please visit: Getty Grant. National Endowment for the Arts.
The National Endowment for the Arts is perhaps one of the best known sources for. Preservation Assistance Grants help small and mid-sized institutions—such as libraries, museums, historical societies, archival repositories, cultural organizations, town and county records offices, and colleges and universities—improve their ability to preserve and care for their significant humanities collections.
The Illinois Heritage Association circulating library contains a new book that offers practical guidance for museum staff and volunteers involved in museum construction or renovation.
Building Museums: A Handbook for Small and Midsize Organizations, by Robert Herskovitz, Timothy Glines, and David Grabitske (Minnesota Historical Society Press, ), is an 5/5(14). Create and run a small museum. Easily accessible knowledge from over twenty-five years experience as an exhibit collection preparator and curator.
please click on this link below, and a black and white copy suitable for printing will appear. Information is essentially free, designed for volunteer non-professionals who are starting up a small. Grants for Small Museums Collections Stewardship and Public Access.
Jurica-Suchy Nature Museum, Benedictine University (PDF, KB) L.C. Bates Museum (PDF, KB) Portsmouth Athenaeum (PDF, MB) Lifelong Learning. Gadsden Arts Center and Museum (PDF, KB) Katonah Museum of Art (PDF, MB) Whaling Museum & Education Center (PDF, KB). Educational programming and outreach are both important means for achieving a museum’s mission.
Programs and various forms of outreach help to develop a positive, reciprocal relationship between both the community and the museum, which is a goal that all small museums should pursue.
museum should be capable of meeting the minimum standard whether it is a small community collection with one or two volunteers or a national institution with scores of staff and many thousands of visitors”, Jerry Weber, senior adviser, quality standards, MLA (Collections Link,File Size: KB.
Add tags for "Help. for the small museum; a handbook of exhibit ideas and methods.". Be the first. With Blue Star Museums officially underway, and the Big Read winding down for summer, it’s time for a special blog post combo. What better way to help get your kids excited for a museum visit than through a book.
Below are five books that will get children museum-ready, whether it means anticipating a specific museum or object, or simply preparing for the. Accelerating Promising Practices for Small Libraries (APP) supports projects that strengthen the ability of small and rural libraries and archives to serve their communities.
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Books shelved as museum-studies: Making Museums Matter by Stephen E. Weil, Museums in Motion: An Introduction to the History and Functions of Museums by. How to Care for Rare Books. Rare books (especially old, rare books) deserve and require special care.
If cared for properly, rare books can provide their owners with a beautiful collection that will continue to grow in value as time goes 95%(22).Big Ideas for Small Museums, Issue No.
1 Big Ideas for Small Museums is a quarterly e-mail just for people who work in small museums. Through this publication, the AASLH Small Museums Committee shares resources that are pre-tested approved by actual small museum professionals.
The articles are brief and practical – giving you the shortcuts youFile Size: 34KB.Treasure Island Museum is a small history museum located on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay.
The Island was created to hold the World’s Fair inand the museum opened inside of the original main building on the island indevoted to telling the story of the island. The museum’s mission is “to engage visitors and islandAuthor: Annveig Bugge.