Podcasting + Cultural Nonprofits

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Museums in Strange Places Podcast

A podcast for people who love museums, stories, culture, and exploring the world. In each episode I visit a different museum to discover its stories and get to know the fascinating people who run it.

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Get More News About Museum Communications and Podcasting for Cultural Organizations

I’ve got a lot of exciting projects in the works related to podcasting for museums, historic sites, and cultural nonprofits…including a forthcoming handbook on podcasting! To make sure you get this news first, sign up for my email list to get occasional messages about topics that you care about and opportunities to improve your institution’s…

The Art of Volcanoes (Museums in Strange Places S01 E21)

What would it look like if Indiana Jones was into volcanoes and created a museum in a small Icelandic village? The Volcano Museum in Stykkishólmur displays the art and geological specimens collected by volcanologist HaralðurSigurðsson from around the world during his many decades of exploration and research. I speak to museum manager, Filip Polách—a Czech photographer who…

We Always Come Back to Home Island (Museums in Strange Places S01 E18)

No matter what happens on the Westman Islands off Iceland’s south coast–invading pirates, mass Mormon exoduses, months-long volcanic eruptions, mysterious diseases, perilous fishing waters–the island people, Eyjamenn, always come back to rebuild and repopulate. That’s what makes their home island, Heimaey, so unique. In this episode, I visit the local history museum to hear the…