by Liz Mehrmann Kari Karsten developed an exhibit on contemporary indigenous female printmakers for the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). It is currently on display in the third floor galleries at SAM (June 15 – December 11, 2022).
Today we have yet another fresh installment of #ExploreSeattle from the exploratory perspective of second year Museology student Libbie Barnes!
Libbie Barnes is back to give her fresh take on #ExploringSeattle and Museum Passes.
Welcome to our our first installment of #ExploreSeattle from the exploratory perspective of second year Museology student Libbie Barnes! Libbie is originally from Austin, Texas, with a BA in Maritime Studies and a minor in Museum Studies with a focus in Marine Archeology. She is currently working at the Center of Wooden Boats in the Development Department and is undoubtedly destined for a flourishing career with many nautical adventures on the horizon. In this series, Libbie shares her experiences and…
by Liz Mehrmann Gabbie Mangaser is developing a program at the Burke Museum that connects Southeast Asian identifying visitors to their cultural heritage through the museum’s collection. Participants choose a piece that resonates with them, and create a deliverable of their choice (such as a blog post, social media post, or poster to display in the studio) to gain a greater understanding of their cultural roots.
by Purim Junkham (He/him)
By Linda Lee Growing up, the slightest age difference could make a world of difference. I remember looking at students a few grades above me in middle school and swearing they already wore the fatigue and facial hair of tax paying adults. The age gap shrinks as we all walk in tandem towards earlier bedtimes, excessive vitamin consumption, and crippling hangovers, and suddenly, we enter grad school and speak to our professors on a first name basis. The beauty of…
By Chin-Yun (Claudia) Cheng
We’re all thinking it By Linda Lee
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