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Join Ellie Byrom-Haley, Principal of The Gecko Group, for an exploration of how better Interpretive Design makes for better projects, in the latest Museum FAQ video.

In this Museum FAQ video, Stephanie Ratcliffe of The Wild Center shares ideas and resources (including The Youth Climate Program Toolkit) that will help you address Climate Change with the communities you serve.


Gillian Thomas shares some great stories as well as concrete tips for mitigating the "messiness" that often results between museums and their creative partners in this Museum FAQ video.

In this Museum FAQ video join Vessela Gercheva, from Muzeiko in Bulgaria, as she shares ways to work with project teams -- even when some team members are thousands of miles away!

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  • Celebrating Creativity During A Pandemic

    Sometimes it is hard to turn away from the "pit of despair" that seems to characterize life during the July 2020 pandemic reality in the United States.

    But wait!  It is not all doom-and-gloom!  Artist Federico Tobon, of wolfCat Workshop, has used paper clips, cardboard, scraps of wood, and tape to create wonderful and whimsical little mechanical sculptures, some of which are featured in this post.

    Tobon also created a video collection of some creations entitled "29 automata in 6 minutes" which you can see on YouTube or embedded below.

    You probably have all the materials you need at home right now to put together your own pandemic plaything -- why not give it a whirl?

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