• How Museums Are Adapting Programming to Keep People Engaged During COVID-19

    The cultural world has been one of the sectors hit the hardest by COVID-19. While institutions navigate full or partial closures, museums are adapting with resilience, by reenvisioning traditional museum offerings and reinventing the way they interact with the public.

  • Accessible & Inclusive Museums—How Small Measures Add Up

    Scalable, incremental efforts can form the basis for widespread inclusion. In this article, we explore the ways museums are using accessibility resources to include the widest possible audiences, and merging traditional efforts with language access.

  • How Translation Helps Museums Promote Intergenerational Learning

    Museums everywhere embrace their role as educator, with many making it part of their mission to inspire and excite learners of all ages. In this article, we explore the ways museums can create the tools and resources that facilitate learning—across generations and languages.

  • Tourists and Locals: How Museums Can Translate for Both

    From maps to audio tours, signage, and exhibition didactics—museums produce a wide variety of collateral that impact the visitor experience in different ways. This can make it a challenge to develop a comprehensive translation strategy.

  • How Translations Can Promote Diversity and Inclusion at Museums

    Implementing translations in cultural institutions does not need to be overwhelming. Rolled out in stages, translated materials can help museums foster inclusive environments and reach a broad spectrum of visitors.