what will the museum of the future be like?
Madame Barbara Trevigne, New Orleans Creole historian came to the museum and posed for a picture for me dressed as a 19th century Praline and Calas Vendor for the online exhibit Treme's Cooking: The Culinary Legacy of Treme.
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Discover Kāpiti Heritage Day – a great success!
Diary of the Canterbury Cultural Collections Recovery Centre intern – month 8
Diary of the Canterbury Cultural Collections Recovery Centre intern – month 7
The end of year wrap 2013
Tackling Ross Parry’s ‘post-digital normativity’ on a daily basis with visitors
What does a student-curated digital/physical exhibition look like? Museums and the Network 2013
Futurist Friday: the future, as foretold in the past
Throwback Thursday: Revisiting the future workforce
Wordless Wednesday: the 3D Search Engine Printer
A Simple A/B Test for Visitor Talkback Stations
Quick Hit: Last Week to Apply for MuseumCamp... and Summer Internships at MAH
Is it OK to Smash That? The Complications of Living Art Museums
'Bringing maker culture to cultural organisations' at VALA2014
2013 in review: crowdsourcing, digital history, visualisation, and lots and lots of words
Has Christmas changed how your audience sees your site?
Connect the Dots: Your Museum’s Energy Use and Your Budget!
From Rez Ball to the Olympics, to Major League and Little League: Inclusion in a Tribal Museum
From Alaska to Utah: A Lifeline to the West
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