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The Signs They Are A-Changin': Bilingual Museum Signage

Last week, while vacationing in San Juan with my family, we stopped by the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico. When I travel to a new city, I always like to visit the museums to see their collections and learn about their educational initiatives. 801 more words

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The Creative Spiral

The creative process is often described as cyclical, and sometimes, when I’m in it, I feel like I am going around in circles, ending up where I started.  725 more words

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Community at LARGE

If you’ve visited the Center for Creative Connections (C3) within the last week, you may have noticed that the popular Art Spot is currently under construction. 370 more words

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Stir Your Senses

For Friday’s Late Night, we wanted to make sure we engaged all of the senses, giving visitors an immersive experience at the DMA. There will be many programs to stir your senses of sight, sound, taste, smell, and touch. 209 more words

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Student Voices Coming to a Smartphone Near You

Last October, staff from the Center for Creative Connections, Founder and Director of Make Art with Purpose Janeil Engelstad, and Skyline High School Architecture program teacher Peter Goldstein began a new project building on a past collaboration at the DMA. 730 more words

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You Know You’re a Museum Mom If….

Over the years I’ve had the chance to see children grow up right before my eyes as they’ve attended classes at the DMA. They may solemnly gaze at me from their strollers in… 566 more words

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Friday Photos: All in a Day's Work

Thursday, April 23, was National Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day.  This year, I observed the day by bringing my daughter Julia to the Museum. 66 more words

Friday Photos

Jessica Fuentes reblogged this on one day this too will be gone and commented:

[gallery type="rectangular" ids="69,70,67,68,65,66,64" orderby="rand"] When I decided to leave my teaching job and go to grad school to pursue a career in art museum education, I was worried that being in school full-time would mean that I would not be able to spend as much time with my daughter. When the time came to write my thesis, I knew I wanted to somehow include her in my research. We embarked on a collaborative research endeavor and since that moment she has been a major influence on my work. It was such fun to have her at the Dallas Museum of Art for, "National Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day."