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- Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis 2
- 9-11 1
- GLBT History Museum of Central Florida 1
- Latah County Historical Society 1
- Museum of Durham History 1
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On her life and job as a curator for the Museum of History
Pierrick Dutertre (72) talks with his wife, artist collaborator and business partner, Cathy Dutertre (62) about being working artists, as photographers, mentoring other artists, teaching, serving others through art and their grandchildren.
Shaun Dingwerth, Director of Richmond Art Museum, talks with Alison about the way art has shaped and continues to shape our history and culture in Richmond and Wayne County. His relatives were among the first settlers in the area and...
Pam (71) asks Gladys (90) about the "radical movement" of women's studies she started in Michigan in the 1970s.
John M. Moody started out as a small boy from a small town in Texas, visiting Lake Texoma and admiring the wealth of fossils all around him. This led him to a career in geology through which he pioneered the...
Steve Knight talks with Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Visitor Services Associate Courtney Paolicchi about quarantine and the hope of art while standing inside the art installation "SHELTER" by Derek Fordjour.
Juniper Leherissey (50) interviews her colleague Stephen Brogden (74) about his time, experiences, and contributions during his tenure as the former director of the Harwood Library and Museum.
Warren Bowden (72) and friend Kevin Fischer (75) talk about founding the Gold Nugget Museum.
Jacques Andre Istel [no age given] tells his wife Felicia Istel's [no age given] about his French education and upbringing, his journey to America and all the unexpected turns of events that occurred once he arrived.
Discussion of the development of the Pride, Prejudice, and Protest exhibition at the Orange County Regional History Center in collaboration with the GLBT History Museum of Central Florida and how it was both affected by and inclusive of the Pulse...
Friends Annie Nelson (65) and Polly Wade (94) recount Polly's 30 years as a volunteer and docent at the Laramie Plains Museum at the historic Ivinson Mansion.
Carl Haymore Jr. (50) speaks with his uncle Tyrone Haymore (74), who is a local historian, about the historical firsts in the village of Robbins, IL, the famous people who came from Robbins, as well as Carl's love of fatherhood.
Lucy Orta, museum volunteer spoke with Elizabeth Turnbull, owner of Copa restaurant. Copa hosted the second event of the Museum of Durham History Dining Series. The series was part of the programming surrounding the museum's exhibit, Dining Out In Durham,...
interview with my mom about 9/11 and her experience. she explains how she felt and what that day was like
Stephen "Steve" Petrie (28) interviews his coworker, Dawn Scher Thomae (58) about her career path as an anthropology curator at the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Mr.Clarke works at a museum in an old slave mart. He educates others about the slave trade in America.
Pam interviews her coworker, Rick, about being a reporter in Butte in the 1960’s, bars that he used to frequent, and the Butte Press Club.