Monthly Archives: January 2013

Damaschke Field

Today my colleagues and I had our first meeting with our client at Damaschke Field. Over the course of the next three months, we will be researching and designing an outdoor exhibit plan for the grassy area in front of … Continue reading

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Museums in Conversation

I just got the official notice that I will be co-presenting my first conference session! I’ll be joining the director of CGP, Dr. Gretchen Sullivan Sorin, and fellow classmate Ashley Bowden at the Museums in Conversation conference in April. Together … Continue reading

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Winter Wonderland

Brr – it’s cold in here! But, while the lake in Cooperstown is freezing over, my last and final semester of graduate school is heating up! These next few months I will be stretching my wings, trying a few new … Continue reading

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ICE

Are you a cultural professional looking to become a catalyst in your institution? The Institute for Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICE) is now accepting applications for its fourth annual conference held at the Pocantico Center, north of New York City, June 2-5, … Continue reading

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Sm(art)

What’s your favorite part of walking into an art museum? Is it the pristine white walls filled with perfectly measured works of art? The hushed ambiance interrupted only by the clip clop of heels on hard wood? The stoic look … Continue reading

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My Mini Collection

Yesterday, I took a trip to the Field Museum of Natural History where I interned this past summer in Exhibitions Development and Education. I did a bit of exploration in the Abbott Hall of Conservation’s Restoring Earth exhibit and had … Continue reading

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Blast From the Past

I was doing a bit of online research for my graduate thesis and stumbled upon this gem today – my undergraduate thesis in digital form! Ironically, Multiculturalism and Metamorphoses: How Changing Racial Demographics in the United States are Influencing Museums … Continue reading

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