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Inverting the Pyramid of the Museum

Beltane                                                                                          Waxing Garlic Moon A museum is an odd organization since it has a bifurcated purpose, one dealing with things and another dealing with people. As to things, it has a responsibility to the art works in its custody, a … Continue reading

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A Paradox

Beltane                                                                                       Waning Last Frost Moon Groceries.  Bees.  Check in for cruise.  That’s my day today.  Well, I might watch a bit of the 500, just see how it goes. It Broke From Within (see post below) is based on a … Continue reading

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Imagine a Line

Beltane                                                               Waning Last Frost Moon A very interesting conversation among fellow docents over lunch.  When I reflect on it, it seems like we’re asking a potentially troublesome, certainly challenging question.  What is the role of the docent?  The museum?  Art … Continue reading

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