My book is out!

How did I let a month go by without posting this immediately?  A sign of the life of a museum director, I suppose.  In this week's adventures, my assistant found a squatter set up on the back porch of our secondary historic home. Playing Xbox. Anyway... without further ado... In case you haven't followed the … Continue reading My book is out!

Q&A With Tenement Museum Educator, Sarah Litvin

Sarah is an Education Associate at the Tenement Museum in New York City.  She was kind enough to speak with me through email and then in person during my time in NYC last May.   What kinds of programs do you offer on a daily basis for student field trips? Every day, we offer 3rd person … Continue reading Q&A With Tenement Museum Educator, Sarah Litvin

Accessibility at the Jewish Museum, NYC

When I started researching museums that are working extensively with accessibility, especially accessibility for people with cognitive, developmental, or learning disabilities, I was fortunate to find the Museum Access Consortium of New York City.  This was one of the main reasons I chose New York City as my main research hub; there is a huge … Continue reading Accessibility at the Jewish Museum, NYC