Archive for February, 2013


25Feb13

Originally posted on Art Museum Teaching:
Museum Educators know that providing experiences for family audiences are a valuable way to advance the museum’s mission, expand its audience, and strengthen its place within the community. A relatively new way many museums are providing for families is with interactive exhibits. In recent years, these family spaces have…


25Feb13

Originally posted on Art Museum Teaching:
By Mike Murawski, Portland Art Museum; Dana Carlisle Kletchka, Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University; Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, National Writing Project, University of California Berkeley “People’s relationships remain strong—but they are networked. Neighbors, and neighborhoods still exist, to be sure, but they occupy a smaller portion of people’s lives.…


25Feb13

Originally posted on Emmageliot's Blog:
It was freezing as a crowd gathered outside Newport Museum & Art Gallery to protest against the ending of the temporary exhibitions programme yesterday (21.02.2013). A lively group ranging from babies to some of the artists who have shown in the gallery over the years and on to anarchists,…


05Feb13

Originally posted on Sarah Morpeth:
This is the title of a recent book by Kyra Cane that I’ve just bought for myself – a bit of a self-indulgence as I’m featured in it! I was really pleased to be asked by Kyra to contribute as I absolutely agree with its central point, which is the…


Why Kraftwerk are still the world’s most influential band.