Inspired by the exhibition Uncrated: The Hidden Lives of Artworks, Lynn Zelevansky discusses artwork storage and inventorying the collection.
Lynn Zelevansky looks at crowd-sourced museum projects and what approaches might best serve 21st-century audiences.
Lynn Zelevansky considers the life and work of Hélio Oiticica as well as the importance of personal histories.
A museum's mission statement not only tells the world what the institution stands for, it also serves as an invaluable focusing mechanism.
Lynn Zelevansky considers the litany of issues facing museums today, from weakening financial support to generational differences across audiences.
How a museum balances concerns for free expression against visitors’ legitimate right to avoid art that they deem offensive.
It’s a new year, a time for taking stock. It has been almost three years since I started writing Inside the Museum.
Museums are an ideal place to learn about art because they contain myriad examples of unconventional solutions to unexpected problems.
Inside the Museum is Carnegie Museum of Art director Lynn Zelevansky’s blog about the local and global impacts of the museum and the art world.