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A Changing Display

I can’t leave things the same for long.  I display items, move them about, rearrange and curate quite often much to my husbands dismay.   I often sit late in the evening and decide to radically change something, the current change wanted is to take up my spare bedroom carpet and paint the boards but that will have to wait until I return from my holidays. 259 more words

Style & Styling

Little finds from the drawing table

I didn’t really remember finishing any drawings recently, until I shuffled through the papers on the drawing table. I must have drawn some at some point.

Art

Skulls: A Braincase Bazaar

by Kaitlin Buickel

How long does it take for a group of flesh-eating beetles to eat the meat off of an animal skull? What are some similarities between a horse skull, a dolphin skull, and a human skull? 1,500 more words

USF Museum Studies

From Caribou to Sinew

As promised, here are some of the objects from the Inuit collection I photographed last week.

Just by sketching away, some of the objects have already given me an insight into the incredible craftsmanship and creativity that Inuit people had, in order to survive! 183 more words

Collections

In the Name Of the Tribe

There’s something magical, raw, and out of this world about Camilla’s SS14 collection – let’s get lost.

Lusting

Primary Sources: K-12

As an intern in the History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine, much of what I do relates to the digitization of analog materials… 563 more words

Cultural Heritage

Circulating Now reblogged this on Circulating Now and commented:

Kelsey Conway spent her summer months as an intern with the Exhibition Program at the National Library of Medicine. She supported the program with its annual Teacher Institute, a program that brings educators together to review and develop educational resources for K-12 students. Learn more about her experience and this great program in Kelsey's blog Primary Sources: K-12 on Catholic University's blog from the Department of Library and Information Science.

Focus sur Tilda

Depuis toujours, l’univers délicieusement bucolique de Tilda s’intègrent parfaitement aux collections shabby chic et vintage de Chérie’M.

Les imprimés romantiques aux couleurs élégantes et discrètes côtoient sur les créations textiles ou les ouvrages en papier, nos… 40 more words

Actualité