Museums: New York Times
The latest trends in museums across the world
Museums Chart a Response to Political Upheaval
In a tumultuous era, some museums are rushing to embrace the political moment, while others deliberately retreat.
An AIDS Museum: The Challenges Are Huge, but the Timing Is Right
The National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco may someday be joined by a full-fledged center honoring heroes and victims of the epidemic’s early years.
A Children’s Museum ‘Surprise Blockbuster’: A Show on Islam
“America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far,” at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan, is designed to educate young visitors and prevent bias.
New Message at Some Museums: Don’t Just Look. Do.
More and more, art institutions are trying to prompt community involvement in social issues, from gender discrimination to sex trafficking.