The Brooklyn Museum is definitely a leader in social media usage because part of its core mission is building community. Social Media tools and applications just allow the museum to engage a larger audience.
The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art's Facebook page is an exemplary model of how to continue the conversation and the movement beyond the walls of the museum to achieve an overall mission of dynamic education in Feminist Art.
Examples of Brooklyn Museum's Usage of Social Media with current Exhibits. Social media helps act as an extension of the museum going experience.
Keith Haring: 1978–1982Edit
The Keith Haring Foundation is posting Haring's journals to Tumblr throughout the exhibition. Journals 1978-82
Playlist Compilation by DJ Scott Ewalt, created to accompany the exhibition, created through iTunes Ping Haring Mix
Photo gallery to provide behind the scenes to see each artist activate the period rooms through Flickr Overview
- Betty Woodman works with art handlers to install her ceramics in the Hall of the Cupola House. 
- Anne Chu works with art handlers to install her work in the Moorish Room of the John D. Rockefeller House. 
Raw/Cooked: Heather HartEdit
As part of an ongoing series, artist Heather Hart discusses "The Eastern Oracle" on Youtube. Raw/Cooked: Heather Hart
Question Bridge: Black MalesEdit
This visiting exhibit has its own twitter account for follow up news and updates. @QuestionBridge