The Maine Photo Project officially drew to a close on December 31, 2015. This report is not only about recording this major statewide cultural collaboration, it’s also about celebrating it.
Arts Advocacy Starts at HomeHot Off the Presses, Soapbox
South Portland is the BEST, and the arts and history are a huge part of that. How can we do even more?
Hello ClevelandMuseum love, Soapbox
This is my story about how growing up in Cleveland made me a museum person.
“The Common Good” in Maine Policy ReviewHot Off the Presses, Soapbox
This year is only half over, and it has already been an amazing one for Maine cultural institutions working together. Collaboration among cultural institutions in Maine is the subject of my article in the current issue of Maine Policy Review.
On a Long-Lost American Masterpiece, and Why Public Museums MatterBon Mots, Museum love, Soapbox
The University Press of New England’s blog features the Moving Panorama of Pilgrim’s Progress!
Master’s program benefits Maine’s museums and Maine’s economySoapbox
As a (sort of) alumnus of the University of Southern Maine‘s (USM) American and New England Studies master’s program and the president of Maine Archives and Museums (MAM), I was dismayed to learn of the plan to eliminate the program.
Believe it: Museums MatterMuseum love, Soapbox
Following are my remarks from the Annual Meeting of Maine Archives and Museums at the Collins Center for the Arts, University of Maine, Orono, on October 29, 2013. The theme was “Re-charge Your Mission: Ideas to Ignite and Inspire.”