A newsletter on progress-space research and audience development for cultural leaders. One reader calls it, "sometimes funny"
 

Back in February, I hosted a Writer Roundtable for guest writer Isabel Singer. Ozoz Sokoh, a Nigerian food explorer, culinary anthropologist, and food historian attended the event and shared a recent newsletter she had written about what museums can learn from Food and Wine’s approach to correcting mistakes they had made in publishing a recipe on their website.

I was curious to learn more from Ozoz, so I invited her to chat with me. She was kind enough to indulge my curiosity and permitted me to share a portion of our conversation with you. Thank you, Ozoz!

As always, reply to this email to let me know your thoughts, share your feedback, or leave a comment on the blog.

Kyle

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