Meet a Museum Blogger: Marcus A. Harshaw, Jr.
Meet a Museum Blogger

Meet a Museum Blogger: Marcus A. Harshaw, Jr.

Eight years into his career and Marcus A. Harshaw, Jr. is still an emerging museum professional. He started in public program and exhibition experience roles for the Indiana State Museum and now manages the department of Special Programs and Exhibits for Cincinnati Museum Center. A self-proclaimed, museum junkie, Marcus loves to travel visiting as many … Continue reading

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What Happened in Museums this Week?

What Happened in Museums This Week? November 16 – 22

BIG Selected to Design Human Body Museum in France BIG has been announced as the winner of an international design competition for the new Cité du Corps Humain (Museum of the Human Body) in Montpellier. Rooted in the city’s long medical history and world renowned medical school, which dates back to the 10th century, the … Continue reading

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What Happened in Museums This Week? March 23 – March 29

Admission Policy Lawsuit NYC’s Met Museum Sued Over ‘Deceptive’ Admission Policy Can a “recommended” admission fee be deceptive? Yes, according to a class-action lawsuit aimed at New York’s prestigious Metropolitan Museum of Art. The suit, filed this month, accuses the Met of scheming to defraud visitors into believing a general admission fee of $25 per person is required, … Continue reading

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What Happened in Museums this Week?

What Happened in Museums This Week? March 16 – March 22

Astronaut on Staff Former Astronaut Joins Indy Children’s Museum A former astronaut and scientist from Indianapolis is joining the staff of that city’s Children’s Museum. The museum announced Thursday that Dr. David Wolf is becoming its first extraordinary scientist-in-residence. To read more, click here. Merger Rejected In Los Angeles, an Ailing Museum at a Crossroads The news out of Los … Continue reading

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