A Life in Museums

30 minutes

Among many stories from today’s conversation with Alice Parman is the time she was in the ring with Muhammad Ali!  Just one of the many events of note from her career with museums.  Now as a consultant, she helps museums all over the country with their planning and organization.  Part 1 – 8 minutes, Part 2 – 22 minutes.

Alice is the author of Exhibit Makeovers: A Do-It-Yourself Workbook for Small Museums. She has been the President of the Oregon Museum Association, taught courses in person and online.  She honed her managerial and problem-solving skills as department head at a large museum and director of two smaller non-profits. You can find out more at her website, aparman.com.

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