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Jack returns from Las Vegas, and has some thoughts about the city, NCPH, and how museums can better utilize data.
Our own Jack Pittenger has headed to Las Vegas to attend the annual meeting of the National Council on Public History,
Planned by ObjectIDEA, the facility located in North Conway, NH opened its doors in mid-February and augments the Franconia, NH branch of the museum.
From October 24 – 26, museum professionals from around the world gathered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to discuss the validity of a new geological era.
Don Henley traveled to Massachusetts last week to unveil some new exhibits at the Walden Pond State Reservation Visitor Center.
These handy benchmarks are a hit!
Fort Smith residents got their first glimpse of how designers plan to tell the U.S. Marshals Service story at the new national museum.
Visitors invest in the museum’s collection by projecting their own hopes, desires, concerns, and fears onto an artwork.
Bottom line: the aesthetics of space matter.
Just as Silent Spring jump-started a national conversation, so has Richard Louv’s book Last Child in the Woods.
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