Which museums show real promise?

With all the startups underway in the area, which ones seem to have a shot at opening their doors within the typical museum-goer’s lifetime? Since Washington loves to pick winners, we asked Martha Morris, assistant director of museum studies for the George Washington University and co-author of “Planning Successful Museum Building Projects,” to handicap their chances, with comments, on a scale of 1 to 5. (Read: Start-up museums in Washington, D.C.)

With all the startups underway in the area, which ones seem to have a shot at opening their doors within the typical museum-goer’s lifetime? Since Washington loves to pick winners, we asked <span>Martha Morris</span>, assistant director of museum studies for the George Washington University and co-author of “Planning Successful Museum Building Projects,” to handicap their chances, with comments, on a scale of 1 to 5. (Read: <a data-xslt='_http' href='http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/start-up-museums-the-exhibition-teams/2014/03/27/9e1e3354-b35f-11e3-8cb6-284052554d74_story.html'>Start-up museums in Washington, D.C.</a>)
The Washington Post. Lonnae O’Neal Parker, Katherine Boyle, Jonathan O’Connell. Published on March 28, 2014, 5:32 p.m.
 
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