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Striking Out On Your Own

One thing that I didn’t address in last week’s post about finding a museum job was heading out on your own. Consulting is definitely another route that you can take to work in museums. A lot of places use contractors … Continue reading

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Quality vs. Quantity

In January, I had the chance to present at the Southern Early Childhood Association’s (SECA) Regional Conference. SECA stretches from Virginia to Texas so it was no small potatoes to be chosen. I had prepared a presentation around “everyday museums” … Continue reading

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Workshop Opportunities for Educators and Museum Professionals

When I started Cabinet of Curiosities, offering programs for kids was a no-brainer.  I had so much fun teaching preschool and doing education programs in museums and I couldn’t imagine leaving that behind.  What I didn’t realize is that I … Continue reading

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