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Illuminating the Exhibition Process

by Amy Dehan, Curator of Decorative Arts and Design


exhibitions, Curatorial Blog, exhibition design, exhibition development, Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass, Dr. Letitia Chambers, Joe Feddersen

As a curator, I’m often asked how long it takes to bring an exhibition together. The answer is . . . it varies.

30 Years of Evenings for Educators

by Samantha Geier, Associate Director of School-Based Learning


Evenings for Educators, learning & interpretation, professional development, education, Teacher resources, teacher programs

This week we are celebrating 30 years of Evenings for Educators!

Teacher Blog: Music and Art: Kate Wakefield, Evenings for Educators Follow-up

by Amy Cholkas


Evenings for Educators, Teacher resources, lesson plans, professional development

Cellist and classically trained vocalist, Kate Wakefield was featured at February’s Evening for Educators, so I developed my lesson, “Stringed Instrument Collage” to connect music and art.

Teacher Blog: Music and Art, Evenings for Educators Preview

by Lauren Marcum


Evenings for Educators, teachers, education, professional development

At this month’s Evenings for Educators, I will be presenting a lesson merging both art and music that my partner teacher and I refer to as “Picasso Guitars.”

Four things I’ve learned as a CAM intern

by Megan Roberts


development, research, education, intern

Posted By: Megan Roberts