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A Note to Grown-Ups

The recent Hyperallergic photo (see right) about what NOT to do with kids in a museum has got me thinking. A ton of negative press – about the child, the child’s guardians, and children in museums in general – was … Continue reading

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#MuseumCareers

New jobs are tough. Some days I think I’ve finally got things figured out and other days my brain feels like paint splattered on a canvas. I am almost a full four months into my job at the John Michael … Continue reading

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Still Fresh in the Field

Why, hello! It’s been a little while since my last post and life has moved fast. I’m currently writing to you from my new office at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin (don’t worry boss, it’s my … Continue reading

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The Dreaded Elevator Speech

Alright, ladies and gentlemen, it’s go time! Interview day! You’ve spent weeks/months/years preparing for this moment. (No pressure, though.) You’ve got the degree, put in those internship and volunteer hours, printed copies of your resume, have done your homework on … Continue reading

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I’m On A Boat!

As a recent graduate, I spend a lot of time debating the differences between “job-searching” and “unemployed”. I could sit here discussing semantics with you, OR I could fill you in on one absolutely amazing aspect of having such an … Continue reading

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Did You Know?!

Did you know that the Chicago Cultural Center is home to the world’s largest stained- glass Tiffany dome?! Nicknamed the “people’s palace”, the center is home to a plethora of multiple exhibition galleries, a visitor’s center, a cafe, and a … Continue reading

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Project Onward: Accessibility & Museum Programming

If you haven’t stumbled upon Jessica Naudziunas’ blog post on NPR, How to Make Museums More Inviting For Kids With Autism, it’s a must read. The article, which highlights the Please Touch Museum’s Play Without Boundaries Initiative, reminded me of … Continue reading

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