According to the College Art Association the "Principle" for Fair Use in museums is that "[m]useums and their staffs may invoke fair use in using copyrighted works, including images and text as well as time-based and born-digital material, in furtherance of their core missions, subject to certain limitations."
Steps to take to determine whether Fair Use can be applied to your case:
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