Monthly Archives: June 2012

Favorite Museum Photos: On the Ceiling


When visiting museums, don’t forget to look up! Do you have a favorite museum ceiling? * June’s blog theme is Learning from Objects: Primary and Secondary Sources.

Posted in Capitol Visitor Center, Photos | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Bishop’s Garden at Washington National Cathedral


In The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown describes Washington National Cathedral as “a refuge in Rome, north of the Tiber, which contains ten stones from Mount Sinai, one from heaven itself, and one with the visage of Luke’s dark father.” It … Continue reading

Posted in Articles and Books, Museum Visits (Other), Museums and Holidays, Photos | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Monet for Breakfast: Visiting the Kreeger Museum


I had never been to the Kreeger Museum before this past week; in fact, I do not think I had ever set foot on Foxhall Road before. The area is quiet, woodsy, affluent, and, according to a warning sign in … Continue reading

Posted in Museum Visits (Other) | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Siteseeing: Visiting Museum Exhibits Online


A dear friend of mine is the new mother of an adorable baby boy. Now that she has lots of time at home, she asked that I write a blog post about online museum experiences, ways to visit exhibits from … Continue reading

Posted in Lists of Museums, National Postal Museum | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Duncan’s Birthday Swim at Patapsco Valley State Park – Daniels Area


Today, I visited a state park with my father, sister, and dog; the occasion was Duncan’s having turned ten years old on Thursday, June 7! Our activities, of course, focused completely on Duncan’s tastes: throwing sticks into the water for … Continue reading

Posted in Museum Visits (Other), Photos | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

When God Was a Woman


My friend and I started a book club at the beginning of the year, and it has enjoyed the success of having three meetings, all attended by the same three people. (We are small but mighty.) At our last meeting, … Continue reading

Posted in Articles and Books | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Guest Post on Art Museum Teaching Blog


You can read my post Experimenting in Museums: Creatively Interpreting Artistic Creations as well as other bloggers’ posts in the Experimenting in Museums series.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment