Interpretive Planning for Small Museums

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Interpretive Planning for Small Museums

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This webinar explores why interpretive planning is an important part of an organizational plan and what to consider in your planning process, including your museum’s education/interpretation philosophy, intended goals and outcomes, visitor experience, use of media, and evaluation. Colleagues share case studies and resources related to interpretive plans and their implementation in a variety of small institutions.


In collaboration with the Small Museum Administrators’ Committee (SMAC) and the Education Committee (EdCom), Professional Networks of the American Alliance of Museums





Tamara Hemmerlein, assistant director, Local History Services, Indiana Historical Society (and SMAC chair), Indianapolis; Tania Said, curator of education, David Owsley Museum of Art, Ball State University, Muncie, IN; Myriam Springuel, interim director, Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Services (SITES), Washington, DC; Max VanBalgooy, president, Engaging Places, LLC, Rockville, MD; Nathan Richie, director, Golden History Museums, Golden, CO; Greg Stevens, assistant director, professional development, American Alliance of Museums

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