On a rainy afternoon in Indianapolis I had a chance to visit one of the most impressive museums I’ve ever been to. Some background and “behind the scenes” scoop might be important here: Every visit to a new city almost always includes an invite to a museum of some sort. 851 more words
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On Friday, March 21 during the Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference Awards Luncheon, AIASC was honored with a 2014 Component Excellence Award for Public Affairs and Communications Outstanding Overall Program for its Kids In Architecture workshops held during the month of October in children’s museums throughout South Carolina. 196 more words
The New Hampshire Children’s Museum has recently revised their system of providing low income families with discounted admission.
In the past, the museum gave the discounted passes to social welfare programs, but the passes did not always make it to the families and the process involved lots of paperwork. 147 more words
Puppets aren’t just for peewees. Proof positive: The second and final rotation of the “Puppetry in America” exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, where Howdy Doody and Cookie Monster co-mingle to showcase the history and future of marionettes, will catch your eye as much as that of your mini-ventriloquist. 457 more words