Where ExposeYourMuseum got its name

ExposeYourMuseum started as a blog where consumer trends and the visitor experience collided. (Check out a classic post here.)

You will still find trend-watching here, but this blog is also now the place for the latest ExposeYourMuseum news, posts about Fund the Change recipients, and so much more.

Oh– and this is also the place to find out when I’m on the road and we might cross paths at a conference, workshop, or training. Please say hello if I’m coming to your neighborhood!

Fund the Change 2018: Taneka Stotts / 06/24/2018

We are thrilled to introduce you to Fund the Change recipient Taneka Stotts

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Twitter: @neekaneeks

Instagram: @tanekastotts

Website: http://tanekastotts.com/ 

We asked Taneka…

What does your activist, social justice, anti-racism, anti-oppression, or intersectional work look like?

It looks like me in the flesh. A queer black woman who is … Read More

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2017 in Review / 03/4/2018

My 2017 was incredible. Check out my video below!

While there were some undeniable lows– for example, many Americans choosing a man I find utterly repulsive (in addition to racist and misogynistic) to represent us as president, there were also many highs. Many Americans chose– and continue to choose– to … Read More

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Fund the Change 2017: nikhil trivedi / 11/7/2017

We are thrilled to introduce you to Fund the Change recipient nikhil trivedi

Pronunciation: nikhil trivedi (ni-khil, emphasis on either syllable, i’s like “it” or “international”. tri-VE-dee, “i” in tri like “it,” “e” in VE like “Ecuador” or “enhance,” “i” in di like “eel” or “eagle”)

Pronouns: he/him

Twitter: @nikhiltri… Read More

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Fund the Change 2017: PJ Gubatina Policarpio / 06/1/2017

We are thrilled to introduce you to Fund the Change recipient PJ Gubatina Policarpio

Pronouns: he/him/his

Twitter: @pjpolicarpio

Instagram: @pjpolicarpio 

Website: www.pjpolicarpio.net

About PJ: 

PJ GUBATINA POLICARPIO is an arts organizer: a socially engaged artist, curator, programmer, writer, and educator. His multidisciplinary practice utilizes research, archive, collaboration, curatorial, education and … Read More

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