Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

How a New DAMS Software Upgrade is Streamlining Workflows at MFAH
The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, (MFAH) was founded in 1900 and opened to the public in 1924 with a mandate to bring “art into the everyday life” of the Houston community. Today, the museum boasts the largest art collection in the southwest region [...]

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston2020-06-10T13:02:56-04:00

Annual Museum Grants Guide, to Help You Reach Your 2018 Collections Goals

Museum Grants for USA, Europe, and the UK
The start of the new year means that many annual museum grants have released their 2018 due dates, and museums can begin applying for a boost in funding. Adding new and interesting projects to your to-do list for 2018 is exciting [...]

Annual Museum Grants Guide, to Help You Reach Your 2018 Collections Goals2020-06-11T10:13:02-04:00

Content Strategy: Is it all About Digital?

A Guide to Creating a Digital Content Strategy for Your Museum or Institution
Digital Content Strategies have become a popular topic among institutions, with many museums developing and even posting these strategies, aiming to stay accountable to their audiences. Open publishing allows museums to share details with their public, serving them and the museum mission [...]

Content Strategy: Is it all About Digital?2020-06-11T11:05:53-04:00

National and Regional Grants to Help Get Your Collection Online with eMuseum

Acquire the Funding You Need to Showcase Your Collections Online
Digital engagement has changed the way audiences interact with institutions, and it’s now expected for museums to display their collection online. Digitizing objects for the web can be time-consuming and expensive [...]

National and Regional Grants to Help Get Your Collection Online with eMuseum2020-06-12T14:01:31-04:00

I’m Here, but My Database Is There: Accessing TMS When You’re Away From Your Home Base

Setting Up Remote Access to Your Collections Management Software
Between off-site visits, courier trips, and after-hours projects, there are a lot of reasons users can benefit from remote access to TMS on a smartphone or tablet. Connecting to TMS on your mobile device is a simple process [...]

I’m Here, but My Database Is There: Accessing TMS When You’re Away From Your Home Base2020-06-12T14:37:09-04:00

The American Alliance of Museums Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo

Washington, D.C. | May 26-29, 2016
The American Alliance of Museums Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo is the largest gathering of museum professionals in the world, and will take place in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. This year’s theme will explore museums as places of social influence [...]

The American Alliance of Museums Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo2020-06-12T14:48:32-04:00

Crafting Your Digital Strategy? The Warhol Puts Theirs Online

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When museums are able to embrace new technologies, they can bring sweeping changes to the institution that supports the museum, their staff, and their public on a higher level than ever before [...]

Crafting Your Digital Strategy? The Warhol Puts Theirs Online2020-06-12T15:33:44-04:00

Museum Grants Available in 2016

North American Grants to Fund Collections Care, Management, and Sharing
It’s January, a time for resolutions, new beginnings, and checking if any 2016 grants apply to the projects your museum has in the works. To help you get started, grants available in the coming year are listed below. Similar to last year, the impetus behind many of the 2016 grants [...]

Museum Grants Available in 20162020-06-12T15:49:43-04:00

Free Talks and Expert Advice at the 2016 Museum + Heritage Show

London, UK | May 18-19, 2016
The Museums + Heritage Show, Great Britain’s leading trade exhibition in the world of museums, galleries, and heritage visitor attractions will take place on May 18th and 19th at West Hall, Olympia, London. As always, this year’s show is free to attend, and features two full days of talks [...]

Free Talks and Expert Advice at the 2016 Museum + Heritage Show2020-06-12T15:44:19-04:00

In-House Framing Saves University Museum Thousands

Brigham Young University Museum of Art Takes DIY to the Next Level
The do-it-yourself craze isn’t just for weekend hobbyists as John Adams, Head of Fabrication at Brigham Young University Museum of Art, can attest. Over a decade ago, the Museum was faced with the challenge of framing art works to the tune of $250,000, but lacked the funds [...]

In-House Framing Saves University Museum Thousands2020-06-12T16:20:58-04:00
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