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Try it Again

My friend and her daughter happily explored room to room in the Hirshhorn, stopping here and there for an endearing toddler-on-point observation. ” A cow!” she announced breathlessly under the sculpture “The Dangerous Logic of Wooing, 2002” and still later … Continue reading


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Seton Hall

I have been very lucky to have support and mentoring from a number of amazing people over the years.¬† One of them is Claudia Ocello, who I would consider my “museum mentor” (I hope she is ok with that!). She … Continue reading

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You Don’t Have to Be Quiet in a Museum

That’s right, I said it…you don’t have to be quiet in a museum. This is one of the most persistent myths I hear about, that museums need the same reverent silence expected in most houses of worship. It isn’t true! … Continue reading

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The thrill of seeing the “real thing”

This past week I had a chance to go to the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York City for the first time.¬† My son was snoozing in his stroller so I really got to take things at my … Continue reading

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