Bill museum memories

Bill recalls his first museum and art memories

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Erin Kirchner and Della Hall

Colleagues Erin Kirchner (24) and Della Hall (29) talk about their work at the Pioneer Air Museum in Fairbanks, AK, and their experiences as newer residents in Alaska.

“The only way to world peace is through people-to-people exchanges…”
October 23, 2017 App Interview

At the opening of "Gift of Dolls" at the Rochester Museum Science Center on Sept. 30, 2017, visitors reflected on citizen diplomacy and the exchange of dolls between the U.S. and Japan celebrated in the exhibit. Kate Bennett discusses how...

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Jen Zach and Rachel Zach

Rachel Zach (21) speaks with her mother, Jen Zach (51), about her grandmother, Margaret Zach's, connection with the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, iconic style, and warm demeanor.

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Bob Banghart and Addison Field

Former colleagues Robert "Bob" Banghart (64) and Addison Field (44) reflect on Bob's years of work with the Alaska State Museum and the lessons he's learned throughout his career.

Jessica Museum Memories

Jessica recalls her first museum memories and how it impacted her continued love for and support of cultural institutions to this day

Sunny & Victor’s museum musings

Victor and his girlfriend Sunny reminisce about Sunny’s relationship with museums & the PMA

Milwaukee Museum Interview

I interviewed my roommate of four years at Marquette, Sophia Millay. I interviewed her because she loves going to museums and exploring Milwaukee. We went to most of the museums in my StoryMap together at some point over the four...

Laura Millin interviews artist Doug Turman

Brandon Reintjes: 2020-09-16 20:02:59 Missoula Art Museum Executive Director interviews artist Doug Turman on the occasion of his solo exhibition about the role of his father, Missoula Mayor George Turman, and mother, Kay Turman, in founding the museum.

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Soo Lon Moy and Ben Lau

Soo Lon Moy (70) speaks with her friend and colleague Ben Lau (62) about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the Chinese American Museum of Chicago, their lives, and the Chinese community in Chicago.

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Janice Majewski and Beth Ziebarth

Beth Ziebarth (54) interviews Janice Majewski (64) about her work to make museums and other cultural institutions more accessible.

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Seph Rodney and Monique Davis

Friends and colleagues Seph Rodney (50) and Monique Davis (56) discuss their work, their career paths, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives.

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Sandy Schulz and Betsey LaPointe

Friends, Sandy Schulz (75) and Betsey LaPointe (67), speak about what they love about Wausau, WI and the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. They remember Betsy's mother's warm, creative spirit and how she benefited from the SPARK program at the...

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Arthur Patrick and Mysia Cole

Arthur Stephen "Steve" Patrick (73) talks with StoryCorps facilitator, Mysia Cole (36) about his life and his work as a history teacher. He describes his family background and early life in Florida and Chattanooga, TN, including his experience of race...

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Megan Dickerson and Paola Villaseñor

Friends and colleagues Paola "Panca" Villaseñor (33) and Megan Dickerson (40) sit down to talk about their relationships to art, art memories that shaped them, and what it means to them to work with and for children.