I’m sitting in my office in Washington, DC, following the Tweets from the annual Museums and the Web conference. The keynote speaker is Tim Phillips from Beyond Conflict, who’s tackling the topic, Building More Inclusive Communities: Lessons From 25 Years On The Front Lines Of Peace.
There is some great discussion surrounding this keynote, including a wonderful thread on institutional transformation. This Tweet stood out to me.
@rjstein@5easypieces@exposyourmuseum@artlust@shineslike@caw_@dhegley I often hear people feeling stifled by the size of the task of institutional transformation. The personal is an important starting point.
— nikhil trivedi (@nikhiltri) April 20, 2017
This is so important. When we talk about holistic systematic overall, radical change, or completely rethinking our institutions, the size and complexity of the problem is, honestly, beyond comprehension. Institutions are incredibly complex, built upon tradition and legacies, filled with people of competing perspectives, and deeply enmeshed…
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