What can museum collections tell us about climate change? The scientists at an Australian museum take a look.
A new Social Justice Alliance for Museums includes compelling case studies and informative resources.
Is free admission a political issue? Definitely access is. Listen to Museopunks podcast with Dallas Museum of Art director Max Anderson talk about their free admission approach and the future of free.
The Colorado State Museum closes exhibit on Sand Creek Massacre; to consult with Native Americans on the interpretation of the event 150 years ago.
More news on the Gurlitt case.
ICOM warns on fraudulent websites, posing as ICOM to profer fake certificates of authenticity.
Using social media to document heritage crime in Egypt–and how it might work elsewhere.
New Film Museum about the new beginnings of cinema in Germany after 1945.
The Ojibwa tribe from North America lays claim to a trophy that has been on display in Radebeul for over 80 years. The museum refuses to return the scalp, which has a very high significance for the tribe.
New photo exhibition on everyday life in the GDR at the German Historical Museum.
Real or fake? Debate around ancient calligraphic at newly-opened Chinese museum.
Interested in post-war German politics? The Deutsches Historisches Museum’s online Politics collection a presents fascinating look into public political culture.
The World Monuments Fund’s latest dispatch, about stealth demolitions of buildings in the historic center of Dar es Salaam.