These records document the operations of the Office of Museum Programs (OMP) and its work in the museum community. Of special interest are records of the Kellogg Project, funded by the Kellogg Foundation in an effort to expand the educational influence of museums.
These records document OMP's efforts to promote knowledge of museology and its techniques. Many of the records deal with daily operations of the office. Other records are concerned with cooperative work with international and national museum organizations, as well as topics like museum registration, conservation, public relations security, budgeting and …
This accession consists of records documenting workshops organized by the Office of Museum Programs for museum professionals. Materials include workshop series program files including course descriptions, course objectives, agendas, faculty lists, workshop materials, correspondence, memoranda, and surveys.
This accession consists of Office of Museum Programs (OMP) administrative files, mostly pertaining to the Native American Museums Program, Psychological Studies/Museum Evaluation Studies Program, and OMP Director; and include correspondence, monthly reports, budgets, intern files, workshop evaluations, OMP brochure drafts; and black-and-white photographs taken at workshops.
This accession consists of files of the visiting professional program; correspondence with professional and various experts in museum issues; memoranda; audience course outlines; workshop evaluations; and records pertaining to registration methods, photographic methods for museum personnel, museum security, fire, safety and health programs for museum and cultural properties, museum lighting …
These records document three projects carried out by the Office of Cooperative Programs, the University Workshop on the History of Aviation, 1988; the Legacy of Strategic Bombing lecture series, 1989-1990; and the International Conference on Aerospace History, April, 1990. Materials include correspondence, budgets, contracts, schedules, biographies, and equipment lists and brochures.
These records document the tenure of Jane R. Glaser as Director of the Office of Museum Programs (OMP), 1976-1989. Topics of note include the Kellogg Project and the range of workshops offered to museologists. Videotapes are also included.
This accession consists of records documenting the planning and development of educational activities, workshops, special events, and other educational programs at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. In approximately 2007, the department was renamed Education and Public Programs, but it reverted back to the Department of Education …
This accession consists of records that document the activities of the National Museum of American Art (NMAA), Office of Educational Programs, which is responsible for developing NMAA educational outreach programs, special events, and learning material for the general public, school systems, and professional organizations. Earlier records date back to when …
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