Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Short-Term Future—CFM 2011

This post is taken from AAM’s Center for the Future of Museums blog, where you can read Elizabeth Merritt’s musings on the future of museums. I’m going to use this first blog post of the New Year to share a … Continue reading

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30 Years of Excellence Through MAP

The Museum Assessment Program has been helping museums of all stripes for 30 years. In that time, the program has worked with 4,270 institutions, 60 percent of which are AAM accredited. As a result of their assessments, nearly all of these … Continue reading

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Accredited Museums in the News

AAM is collaborating with the recently accredited and re-accredited museums (as determined by the November Accreditation Commission meeting) to generate more publicity for the award, as well to advance our collective advocacy goals. Some of the first fruits of that … Continue reading

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Welcome, Welcome

Introducing the new American Association of Museums blog! Here you can expect to find information about all things AAM and the American museum world at large. We’ll be writing about everything from Accreditation to the Museum Assessment Program at 30 … Continue reading

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