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Letters from Camp: Curating an Exhibit

One of the hardest “justifications” you face as an educator is proving that learning took place. Grant funders might ask it…or supervisors…or parents…or it could be just an internal question that you pester yourself with. 429 more words

Early Childhood Education

Branson Centennial Museum Features Shepherd of the Hills Exhibit

According to the Branson Tri-Lakes News, the Branson Centennial Museum will be hosting “The Story of the Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama” exhibit until the beginning of September. 108 more words


There's Something About Mary: The World of Mary Blair

by Bill Kinder

My first visit to the Walt Disney Family Museum, a couple of years ago, offered way more than I had time to cover in a leisurely morning with out-of-town family guests. 2,193 more words


I Crawled Up Inside CasAnus

As if my time wandering around the Verbeke Foundation wasn’t strange enough, when the day ended and the museum closed, I was left to spend the night in one of the museum exhibits: CasAnus. 368 more words

Museums & Tours

LIFE // Museum of Natural History

Hello everyone! I hope you are all having a great day! Yesterday I went to the Museum of Natural History with one of my friends, and I had a great time looking at all the displays and exhibits.  196 more words

New York

Reminder to visit the Clark County History Museum

There’s still plenty of time to visit the museum to see the labour exhibit. Here’s the introduction that appears on the museum web site.

“Clock in at the museum to discover the significance of Clark County’s work and workers by tracing their development against a backdrop of regional and national labor movement milestones. 36 more words

News And Updates

Exhibit: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kôgyo

There will be an exhibition of 55 woodblock prints of the Noh theater by Tsukioka Kôgyo (1869-1927), lent to the museum by Richard and Mae Smethurst, at the Villa Terrace Museum in Milwaukee, July 18-October 5, 2014. 207 more words