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 2019: Ashley Fairbanks / 07/22/2019

We are thrilled to introduce you to Fund the Change recipient Ashley Fairbanks

Pronouns: She/Her 

Twitter:

@ziibiing

Instagram:

@ziibiing

Facebook:

@ziibiing

Websites: 

ziibiing.com

patreon.com/ashleyfairbanks

Ashley in her own words…

I started my post-college career developing and designing exhibitions at a major institution. It was an incredible experience, not many people … Read More

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Fund the Change 2019: Janeen Bryant / 07/10/2019

We are thrilled to introduce you to Fund the Change recipient Janeen Bryan

Pronouns: She/Her 

Twitter:

@1Facilitateher

@Empatheticmuse

@MuseumsandRace

Instagram:

@Facilitatemovement

Facebook:

@Facilitatemovement

Website:

https://facilitatemovement.com/

JANEEN’S BIO:

An advocate and catalyst for building community capacity since 2000, Janeen Bryant is an intersectional educator, facilitator, trainer, and agitator. A graduate of … Read More

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Fund the Change 2019: Jesús I. Valles / 07/1/2019

We are thrilled to introduce you to Fund the Change recipient Jesús I. Valles

Pronouns: they/ them

Instagram (@TheJesucia)

ARTICLE: https://www.austinchronicle.com/arts/2019-02-15/austin-playwright-performer-provides-a-new-kind-of-documentation-in-un-documents/

POEM: https://www.quarterlywest.com/pleaseexplain/valles

POEM & INTERVIEW: https://www.theshadejournal.com/single-post/jesusivalles

POEM: https://newrepublic.com/article/150484/undocuments

We asked Jesús…

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

I am a writer working … Read More

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