Museology Master of Arts Program

project


April 6, 2021

Engagement and Action Through Community Co-Curation: Developing “Finding Balance: Carbon Storylines 1.1”

Project Thesis by Lianna Hamby


Youth of Color Curatorial Program: Curating “The Healing Power of Plants: A Deeper Look at Indigenous Medicine”

Project Thesis by Rose Gomez


“Beyond the Hot Shop: Glass in a Digital Age” An Exhibition

Project Thesis by Esterly Paquita


Visitor Perceptions of Snowboard and Ski Culture at the Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum

Project Thesis by Alexander Crump


Designing and Deploying an Open Source Exhibit Kiosk

Project Thesis by Dillon Connelly


“Mapping Truths”: Reflecting a Community

Project Thesis by Siri Benn


July 31, 2020

Mapping Truths: Reflecting a Community

Project by Siri Benn (2020)


May 1, 2020

By the Numbers: The Diverse Theses of the Class of 2020

Recently, our second-year students delivered short presentations on their thesis work for their peers and faculty, providing a glimpse into the awesome variety of research and projects our graduating students are undertaking.  Not only do these presentations give insight into the breadth of topics our students undertake, but also showcases the tremendous work students has…


April 17, 2020

Inclusion of Community-Driven Substance Abuse Recovery Support Groups in Museum Settings: How Physical Spaces Can Contribute to Healing Communities

Project by Meg Konkol (2019)


November 21, 2019

What’s the Fuss?: Deaccession and Disposal of International Outfits and Garments at the Renton History Museum

Project by Kelsey E. Novick (2017)



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