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“…and he has never given up his conviction that if you just try all the doors one of them is bound to be the door into summer”  42 more words


Sailboat prayer tokens and Arthur graves at the Ennis Friary

The Ennis Friary in Co. Clare, Ireland was founded for the Franciscans around 1284 by the O’Brien family. It’s had an interesting history, remaining active under O’Brien protection until at least 1570. 247 more words

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Museums as Drivers of Public Values

I often find myself explaining to people the under utilization of our museums and the impact it can have on public value. An important question raised by cultural leaders, institutional funders and policy makers internationally is underlining the scope of public values and how to measure it? 496 more words


A Night at the Opera Garnier

Thanks to NYU, we got these amazing seats at the Opera Garnier to see La Fille Mal Gardée put on by the Ballet de l’Opéra de Paris. 278 more words


A Day in Gothenburg

We left in the morning and arrived in Gothenburg before lunch. We grabbed some coffee at a small cafe nearby, killing time before the museum opened. 485 more words

Summer In Sweden