Monthly Archives: June 2011

Empowering Staff to Take Creative Risks

What kind of support do you need to be confident about taking a risk in your work? What are you willing to risk to pursue your professional dreams? Last week, at the annual meeting of the American Association of Museums … Continue reading

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Unusual Hand Painted Portraits from Photographs from Tulsa Artists Playfully Display Subject’s Personality

Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) August 5, 2006 The artists of Inkling Creations have been inspired to recreate treasured photographs by infusing them with playfulness and personality. “We’re shaking things up a little,” said portrait artist Krystal Traywick. “Out of all … Continue reading

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The Event-Driven Museum?

This is the casual attendance data from my first full month as the Executive Director of The Museum of Art & History in Santa Cruz. It doesn’t include school groups or facility rentals, but it does include everyone else who … Continue reading

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You Can Be A (fill in the blank)! …Yeah, Right.

When I was in high school, we had an all-school assembly featuring a guest speaker who did a little thought experiment with all of us: Speaker: How many of you can draw?A couple kids raised their hands.Speaker: How many of … Continue reading

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“Miss Perry’s Pottery”

Classic shape and colors, Pewabic Pottery, Detroit, MI The Pewabic pottery was founded by Mary Chase Perry Stratton in 1903 in Detroit and the building they built to house the pottery in 1915 is still being used today. They have … Continue reading

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Artists – Norman Rockwell: An American Portrait

Artists – Norman Rockwell: An American Portrait from Artists View Details about Artists

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