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How to Create an Exhibit on a Shoestring Budget
All you ever wanted to know about creating your first museum exhibit! This ebook contains advice from a professional curator, including photos, charts, worksheets, samples, lists, and MORE! Learn about what goes on "behind the scenes" in a museum.
History of Chocolate
Everyone loves chocolate, but few realize its rich cultural heritage. For example, cocoa beans were once so valuable, they were actually used as currency. Is "Chocolate: The Exhibition" coming to a town near you?
Google Art Project
Google recently launched a project where you can visit the world’s greatest museums – right from your computer. Does this replace a museum visit or create more interest in planning a visit?
Princess Diana’s Wedding Gown on Exhibit
This exhibition celebrating the life and work of Diana, Princess of Wales is on view in the United States once again! Learn more about the "People's Princess" at this fabulous exhibition!
Publishing Local History
Preserving the stories of ordinary Americans is an important part of historical scholarship. Writers can partner with local museums and historical societies to publish local history books.
Handling Artifacts Safely
It’s important to be careful when you pick up something old. Here are some tips to keep artifacts safe when you move them.
Types of Museum Jobs
There are many different types of positions within a museum. Perhaps one of them is the perfect career choice for you!
How to Reject an Artifact Donation
This can be a very difficult part of a curator’s job. Here are some tips on how to deal with this sticky situation.
A History of Christmas Tree Ornaments
Over the years, Christmas ornaments have evolved from simple, paper pouches to elaborate hand blown glass figurines.
EXHIBIT REVIEW – The White House Garden
This traveling exhibition tells the story of the White House grounds, from Thomas Jefferson’s original plans to First Lady Michelle Obama’s vegetable garden.
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