Coco Chanel advised, “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” When it comes to accessories, some is good and more is more. The same can be said about exhibit cases. We often get caught up in our own stories, lost in the jewel boxes of our collections andContinue reading “Exhibits with Impact”
This blog post was originally published as part of Tom’s travel blog in 2019. From Greymouth to Nelson to Marlborough and its copious wineries, to Wellington and its coffee and so up to Tongariro Nat’l Park. As some of you know, B and I originally hoped to come to NZ for a year and workContinue reading “Reblogged: New Zealand Museums”
Training tools for interpreters that go beyond a dry text-heavy document. This is one I found on facebook and inspired my own creations. My first try was a bit explanatory, but tried to get across one of my fundamental principles of interpretation. My second effort was a bit more in keeping with modern memes. Here’sContinue reading “Interpre-Memes”
This article was first published in Interpscan, the Interpretation Canada magazine in July 2009
This article was originally published in InterpScan, the Interpretation Canada magazine in Spring 2011. Why do this?