I work for the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and recently attended an OF documentation sprint at the University of Denver. The museums were encouraging, but did not get that openFrameworks is relevant to them and their advancement.
If you have any examples or thoughts on this topic, please share. It makes sense that museum administrators would find the connection between themselves and the development of a C++ framework obtuse, but I think in the case of OF there is a clear connection. I just want the case to be out there for the future.
Here are some neat museum projects made in OF for starters:
Voyagers at the National Maritime Museum
Shooting pirates also at the National Maritime Museum
Connected Worlds by Design I/O
Gallery One by Local Projects
Color the Temple at the MET by Matt Felsen