An in-depth case study documenting the successes of Latino New South, a collaborative innovation between Levine Museum of New South, the Atlanta History Center, and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. These three organizations entered EmcArts Innovation Lab for Museums with the intention of making their programs and institutions more resonant with, and responsive to, the fast-growing Latino communities in their respective cities.
These inspiring stories help us think about the intentional practice of deep listening. How can listening promote respect, justice, equity, and ownership?
Do you want to develop sustainable relationships with new audiences? Do you want to build community? Shhh! Be quiet and listen.
This past April, three teams participating in the EmcArts Innovation Lab for Museums attended a 5-day Intensive Retreat. The retreat … Continue reading
The American Association of Museums’ Center for the Future of Museums, EmcArts and MetLife Foundation announce the second round of … Continue reading
We’re very excited to begin work on Round 1 of the Innovation Lab for Museums. Three museums were selected by … Continue reading
For immediate release: January 16, 2012 Contact: Liz Dreyer, EmcArts: (212) 362.8541, LDreyer@EmcArts.org; Dewey Blanton, American Association of Museums; (202) … Continue reading