Museums have an inclusion problem, meaning, many don’t feel welcome in museums. It’s tough to get into the museum field to begin with, lack of representation in the field and exhibits, and lack of accessibility. But many museums are trying to change. The Palo Alto Jr Museum and Zoo is redesigning their place to be... Continue Reading →
Do you buy mugs as travel and/or museum souvenirs? Recently I started to collect jewelry on my travels so I can wear it and be reminded of my adventure. I do love my coffee and all the mugs I have To add to your collection why not get more mugs from your local museum for... Continue Reading →
Museums can be such a powerful force in their local communities and in creating community. I was moved by this display in the Oakland Museum of California exhibit Queer. California. Visitors were encouraged to share friends, resources, organizations etc that helped them in their journey. Such a moving display of community and a reminder that... Continue Reading →
Who Am I
Who am I? What a loaded question and one I am still trying to figure out. But in terms of museums.... -I believe in the power of museums to change lives -I believe that museums can be anything and any where -I wish to have a career working in museums but right now that is... Continue Reading →
My Museum. All museums are my museums. I don’t like the idea of museums competing with one another. Each one is needed. Museums should work together.
Unhinged: Winchester Mystery House’s New Halloween Experience
I love Halloween activities and this year, in the Bay Area, there is a new experience for the season. Unhinged, from the Winchester Mystery House (WMH), is a new experience for visitors of the historical site during the Halloween season. In the past the Winchester Mystery House would host candle light tours throughout the house.... Continue Reading →
Due to the PG&E shut off, I have to bring my arthritis medicine to work with me. This medicine needs to be refrigerated 24/7 and if it is not then it expires and is SO expensive to replace. Thinking of others who need electricity for their medicine and health needs ❤️
Too Close To Home: The Tragedy at the Gilroy Garlic Festival
By now the whole world knows about the gunman that killed 3 people and injured dozen over the past weekend at the Gilroy Garlic Festival. Another day and another tragedy. Hearing these kind of horrific events always breaks my heart, but this one in particular breaks my heart in a different way because it happened... Continue Reading →
My Museum (Day 1: Museum 30)
For the museum 30 challenge I will be sharing images from the Computer History Museum. I still can’t believe that I have worked there for almost 7 years.