Tag Archives: Evaluation

AAM Rundown 7: The Museum as Prototype

Rube Goldberg Machine

We’re nearing the end of my AAM series… only a few more interviews and session recaps to go! This one was one of my favorite sessions at AAM, and I’ve been holding off writing about it out of fear that I won’t do it justice. But as the walrus said, the time has come to Continue Reading →

AAM Rundown: Effectively Using Evaluation Data

Minneapolis Convention Center

Hello my lovelies! I’m finally back in Nashville and safely entrenched in front of my computer, so I can start writing up everything that happened. In the next few days I’ll be loading my interviews (some formal, and some informal), the take-aways from the various sessions and workshops, and a couple impressions of Minneapolis museums. Continue Reading →

Exploring the Three E’s: Exhibitions, Evaluation and Education

The Three Es

Yikes, it’s been a while since my last post, hunh? Life has kept me busy, but I’m taking a quick break from jobs and other nonsense to fill you in on something that I find pretty exciting. This past week, Adrienne Russell (@adriennerussell) featured a number of emerging museum professionals on her Cabinet of Curiosities Continue Reading →

Juli’s going to the AAM Annual Meeting & Museum Expo

Hand holding a microphone

I meant to update y’all this weekend on my crowd-funding progress, because let me assure you, there was progress! I surpassed my fundraising goal for a grand total of $1020, which means I’ll be doing 10 interviews with museum aficionados, professionals, and students. I’m so grateful to everyone who contributed to the cause and spread the Continue Reading →