Do Not Forget the Hashtag: #IMWD2018
You can connect with us across the following social media – throughout the year, but – on Int’l Museum Workers Day, in particular : Thursday, JUNE 28, 2018.
International Museum Workers Day was founded by American museologist and filmmaker Homa Taj in 2015. The event was initially called Hug A Museum Worker Day.
We invite you to join the 4th Int’l Museum Workers Day on Thursday of June 28, 2018.
International Museum Workers Day IMWD’s mission is to educate the broader public about various professions in museum and heritage fields.
The global event will take place across various social media – Twitter, WeChat, Facebook, Instagram, Weibo, Tumblr, Pinterest, LinkedIn, VKontakte, YouTube, etc.
We also invite museum and heritage workers without regular access to social media to email us (email@example.com) their submissions.
Please visit IMWD2017 (link) for a report on the success of last year’s event.
Artists, Designers, Heritage and Museum Professionals are invited to introduce their professions by sharing photos of themselves (& colleague), or of their favorite object, in their work enviroment.
Art Lovers and Museum Lovers are encouraged to give a SHOUT OUT to their local art and museum workers – something as simple as sharing a ‘Thank You’ note of your social media with hashtag #IMWD2018.
Relevant images – tagged #IMWD2018 or – may be shared across various platforms on our social media feeds.
NOTE: We will do our best to continue to share all submissions throughout the year, across social media.
The project was initiated by American museologist and filmmaker Homa Taj in 2015. The event was initially called Hug A Museum Worker Day in the same spirit as “International Hug a Medievalist Day.”
PRESS (Logos & Images)
Stay tuned for plenty of LOGOS, POSTERS, GIFS, VIDEOS & promotional material to help spice up your #IMWD2018..
HOMA TAJ | Founder
Frank J Cunningham | Executive Director
INT’L MUSEUM WORKERS DAY (IMWD)
Every Thursday, we invite artists, designers, museum and heritage workers to join in #TBT (ThrowBackThursday) at #TBTMuseum. This is a fun and educational weekely event to celebrate the histories of art, museums & heritage sites. Posts may include heritage professional’s archives of photographs – dating pre-2010.