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Don’t Touch the Artifacts!
Have you ever wondered why museums don’t want you to touch things? It’s not just for security reasons.
Explore the early history of weddings, beginning with our prehistoric ancestors through the Medieval Era. This is the first in a series of articles about the evolution of bridal fashion, featuring museums with wedding gowns currently on display.
Early History of The White House
The White House is an office, a museum, a landmark and a home. Did you know it is the only private residence of a head of state in the world that is open to the public, free of charge?
Easy Museum Interactive Ideas
People are bombarded with high-tech glitz every day. Sometimes simpler, low-tech interactives can make an even bigger impact and help you get your message across. They’re also easy on the budget.
Emergency Guidelines for Museum Staff
Share this list with the departments in your museum. Is everyone ready for an emergency?
Evaluating an Intern
Providing feedback is the only way an intern will know what he or she is doing right, and where they might need improvement.
EXHIBIT REVIEW - Wedded Perfection
This amazing selection of bridal gowns spans three centuries and explores the culture and fashion of the American wedding.
EXHIBIT REVIEW -- Diana, A Celebration
What an awe-inspiring experience to see this fantastic exhibit about Princess Diana´s life!
EXHIBIT REVIEW -- Kimono as Art
If you’re anywhere near Canton, Ohio, you need to check out this amazing exhibit of Itchiku Kubota´s work!
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Connecting to Your History
This exhibition explores the personal meaning of objects, why we save the things we keep, and how to preserve a variety of materials. It could be replicated in any history museum!
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