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Jennifer Olivarez Jun 21
Replying to @N_T_S
Mackintosh metalwork at the Hill House--all in the details.
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Carla Galfano 21h
Replying to @UmbertoBoccioni
Giovanni Anselmo’s (Italian, born 1934), Invisible, 1971 is only fully realized with the viewer’s body (& a steady supply of projector bulbs maintained by a collection manager, I imagine)
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🏛📲 #ITweetMuseums Jun 16
Today, as you explore a museum, find that one object, artifact, painting, photo, specimen, display, or environment that is having an impact on you. Take a pic, explain your perspective & tweet it with the hashtag . See for more encouragement.
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Abigail Newkirk Jun 14
Another checked of the bucket list. Had a fantastic tour of the ...unfortunately no photography inside. .
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auni gelles Mar 9
Hey people, can you share your favorite examples of “please touch” labels in galleries? I’m partial to this one at but could use more ideas!
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Amelia Marra Jun 22
I love that I got to feel like I visited 's along with thanks to this succinct little thread. -ing of the very best kind 😊
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Mark B. Schlemmer Jun 12
Thrilled to announce that I've been promoted to Registrar for Collections . Starting in August, my focus will shift to managing our very active outgoing loans program, traveling exhibitions & select in-house temporary exhibitions. I couldn't be happier!
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Dr. Jamie J. Hagen Mar 17
Went to the today with and saw an exhibit about the Pussyhat.
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Becca Kennedy May 24
I love great museum signage. Why won’t my Museum get great signage? Is it because I say “signage?”
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ArdenCraftShopMuseum Jun 21
Hey! Have you heard the news? We will be open tonight, Friday, and Saturday from 6:45 to 7:45 before Arden Shakespeare's Gild's performance of Twelfth Night. Come see our exhibit on previous productions of Twelfth Night in the Ardens and then enjoy the show!
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Carla Galfano 21h
Replying to @UmbertoBoccioni
And...it looks like I only took pictures of art by men (also white and western?). I’ll do better next time (you, too, Hirshhorn)
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Carla Galfano May 6
Passive aggressive museum label. I like it.
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Jennifer Acord Jun 16
On a day off, of course I go to another museum! Amazed by this juniper collected by Lewis & Clark (Lewis wrote the notes on the darker paper!) at seen at
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Carla Galfano 21h
Some highlights from a very quick visit to
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Noriko Jan 22
Made by Japanese American children held in the Poston incarceration camp during - on view starting today
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Andrea Ledesma Feb 24
Waiting in line to see Obama's portrait at the and I don't know what makes me happier, getting to see this amazing painting or being with everyone else who's excited about art, history, and legacy
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Jennifer Olivarez Jun 21
Such a beautiful day to see another Mackintosh masterwork, Hill House built for enlightened client Walter Blackie in 1904. Sculptural facade shows his skill and experimentation in 3D, & nod to baronial precedents.
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Mark B. Schlemmer 22h
Replying to @MuseeLouvre
...interspersed with these sketches and jotted notes is a peppering of tickets which now tell me things like that I first experienced on 08 November 1992. Now that I'm a museum professional, such details mean a lot to me.
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Bearded Museum Man Jun 15
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Blaire Moskowitz Jun 22
Vintage museum membership card. Check out the font of “1943” and the handwriting on that signature.
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