American Perceptionalism examines how museums are reinventing themselves in a changing world. It engages with the most pressing issues in facing museums – exhibit development, audience research, public programming, millennial engagement, diversity, accessibility, and more! The blog focuses primarily on Chicago, featuring expert perspectives from Chicagoland museum professionals and reviews of exhibits housed in Chicago’s many incredible institutions.

My name is Isabel Singer and I absolutely adore museums. I am an Exhibit Developer at Luci Creative and the Chairperson of the Chicago Museum Exhibitors Group Steering Committee. I have an MPhil from the University of Cambridge and a B.A. from Yale University, both in history.

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Email me at americanperceptionalism@gmail.com

Me mimicking armor at Château de Blois in the Loire Valley, France

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