What’s up with us? Here’s a mix of tweets and news posts from across our practice. If you want to get specific, use the “show only” button below.

Slate’s “Working” Podcast: Behind the scenes at MoMA with the people who do the work Madeline Smith
June 10, 2019

I am a member of the National Emerging Museum Professionals Group on Facebook, which keeps me connected to a network of people working throughout the field. A couple of months ago I read a post...

Hamilton: The Exhibition — An annotated photo tour Peter Linett
May 28, 2019

I’m not usually a fan of those big-budget “blockbuster” exhibitions that are mounted by non-museum producers in touristy, non-museum spaces. But I am a huge fan of the musical...

Theater geeks descending on Miami (I’ll be one of them) Ashley Ann Wolfe
May 24, 2019

I am thrilled to be joining my colleagues and friends from the performing arts world at this year’s Theatre Communications Group national conference in Miami. The themes this year are: Audience...

Yes, foundations are still funding arts, culture, and community Peter Linett
May 17, 2019

Across the U.S., foundations are rethinking how they fund culture and the arts. Some are pulling out. But some are becoming even more creative and collaborative. My team and I are excited about four...

Welcome to our newest employee, Aparna Hariprasad! Jen Benoit-Bryan, PhD
May 08, 2019

I’m so pleased to share that we recently welcomed Aparna Hariprasad as the newest member of our team at Slover Linett. Aparna is a Research Coordinator at the firm, providing crucial direct support...

AAM 2019: See you in Nawlins! Nancy Plaskett
May 03, 2019

Each year I look forward to reconnecting with museum colleagues, meeting new people, getting inspired, and having fun at the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) conference. This year, I’ll be joined...

How Community Orchestras Fill In the Rest Matthew Jenetopulos
April 26, 2019

I play in the South Shore Orchestra, a small community orchestra in Northwest Indiana that performs at the Memorial Opera House in Valparaiso. You’ve probably never heard of us, and that’s exactly...

One Kind of Arts Participation We Don’t Get to Study (But Would Love To) Nancy Plaskett
April 17, 2019

I have been an avid reader my entire life. I continue to be a proud member of two book clubs, where I am challenged by my fellow readers to open my mind, learn about cultures (even the ugly...

Inspiration, Restoration & Creativity: How Cultural Institutions Serve Artists Michelle Ernst, PhD
April 11, 2019

This summer, Cory Garfin and I had the pleasure of conducting qualitative research at a NYC museum. We observed and interviewed its visitors and found that many of the people we met were either...

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"It’s not hard to observe an increasingly toxic divide between theatre artists & critics; can a new publication called @3viewstheater change all that?" @RobKendt chats w/ Sarah Ruhl & Julia Jordan about their journal aimed at diversifying theatre criticism:

Can 3Views Change Theatre Criticism?

Coming this fall: a new artist-driven online journal from the Lillys that aims to widen and diversify the discourse.


Love what our friends at https://t.co/C9Z7NixFEd are doing w @RISDMuseum: install a browser add-in and you can see how their invited, outsider "critics" have layered their perspectives onto the conventions & assumptions of the #museum website https://t.co/E4Rz5iVBXX @OFBYFOR_ALL

"SISTRRRRS?" Regarding identity & labeling, we can all stand to learn from what @quiarahudes & Gabriela Sanchez have to say about society's "insatiable need for cultural clarity". "We're sisters. Period." #TCG19 cc: @PowerStreet12 @SloverLinett @AmericanTheatre

"What if their #creativity, sense of mission, & understanding of #art were part of the conversation? Wouldn’t they make visitors’ experiences more meaningful & relevant?" Madeline Smith shares her take on @Slate's "Working" podcast with @MuseumModernArt:

Slate’s “Working” Podcast: Behind the scenes at MoMA with the people who do the work | Slover Linett


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