Archive for Museums

Writing for Impact: Frameworks for Interpretive Writing

Writing for Impact: Frameworks for Interpretive Writing

It’s official! My new workshop, presented jointly by the Texas Historical Commission and the Texas Association of Museums, will debut in June. Writing for Impact: Frameworks for Interpretive Writing¬†is a one-day workshop focused on making written interpretation more effective and engaging to the public. The…

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Coming Soon: New Workshops on Interpretive Writing!

Coming Soon: New Workshops on Interpretive Writing!

So far February has brought some great news. After teaching two workshops for the Texas Historical Commission and Texas Association of Museums on interpretive storytelling, I was selected by the THC through a competitive bid process to develop and teach a brand new workshop on…

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Upcoming Workshops

Upcoming Workshops

I’m happy to announce that I’ll be teaching a workshop for the Texas Association of Museums and the Texas Historical Commission in December. Based on a curriculum developed by AASLH, “Can You Hear Me Now? Connecting to Visitors through Real Stories of Artifacts and Place,”…

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We’re Heading to California!

We’re Heading to California!

I’m thrilled to announce that my team has been selected to complete the new interpretive master plan for Colton Hall Museum in Monterey, California. Colton Hall was the site of California’s first constitutional convention in 1849. The resulting state constitution was bilingual (Spanish and English),…

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Welcome!

Welcome!

I’ve always loved a good story. Fiction, nonfiction, history, science – anything that reels me in and takes me on a journey is my idea of a good time. So imagine how thrilled I was when I discovered that a career in exhibition development let…

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