Greetings from Minneapolis - home of this year's American Associations of Museum's conference. The AAM conference is always a bit of a whirlwind of connecting with old colleagues, seeing the... read more →
A session highlight from today's AAM was "In Memoriam: Interpreting Human Tragedy". Panelists were from institutions including Holocaust remembrance museums, 9/11 memorials, and academics involved with conveying the histories and... read more →
Last night I attended a lecture here in Boulder by Temple Grandin. Dr. Grandin was made popularly famous by the HBO movie featuring her life and work as an exceptional... read more →
At 38 minutes, this stunningly lush and poignant video expresses Inge Druckrey's keen sense of learning and teaching young designers. Yet, inspirational for any designer at any level of experience.
The Evergreen Mind Blog, at The Evergreen State College, recently featured Seth Frankel's work in creating museums of peace. Here's an excerpt: Few stories are harder than the stories Seth... read more →
Denver Art Museum invited its community to exhibit self-made creations in the museum's first-ever show made entirely of visitor works. I couldn't resist. The museum's challenge - Transform an everyday... read more →
From fellow exhibit designer, David Perez. Enjoy! See more from David Pérez on Vimeo.
Ian Elsner, podcaster at Museum Archipelago, interviewed Bill Bradberry, the board chairman and president of the Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center. Bill introduces the new Center, opening in May,... read more →