Shack, during the workshop, at the Senator John Heinz History Center

 

Classification systems and critical cataloging

Author: S.E. “Shack” Hackney, PhD student in the School of Computing and Information and Making Advances Workshop participant

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  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Workshop participants at the Greer Lankton exhibit at the Mattress Factory, It’s all about ME, not you (2009)

 

Religious Thought and Queer Representation in the Making Advances workshop

Author: David Givens, PhD student in the Department of Religious Studies and Making Advances Workshop participant

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  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

The Susquehanna Art Museum’s VanGo!

 

Interning Aboard the VanGO! Museum on Wheels

Author: Olivia Rutledge, Intern at The Susquehanna Art Museum – Summer 2018

This summer I worked as an intern at the Susquehanna Art Museum (SAM) in Harrisburg, PA. The Susquehanna Art Museum is central Pennsylvania’s only dedicated art museum, and its exhibitions explore a wide range of aesthetic and artistic interests while also reflecting the cultural heritage of the area.

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  • Undergraduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Kendall in the Yayoi Kusama’s "Infinity Dots Mirrored Room" installation

 

Development Difficulties: the Challenges of Working to Secure a Non-Profit’s Financial Future

Author: Kendall Dunn, Mellon Museum Profession Fellow at the Mattress Factory – Summer 2018

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  • Academic Interns
  • Undergraduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

One of the focus group sessions at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

 

Nile in Focus: Assessing Community Expectations for CMNH’s "Egypt on the Nile" Exhibition

Author: Alec Story, Milton Fine Museum Profession Fellow at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History – Summer 2018

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  • Academic Interns
  • Undergraduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Inside Title Page of Sue’s Date Data Journal

 

Where are the Children? Finding Sue in the Senator John Heinz History Center Archive

Author: Brittney Knotts, PhD student in Critical and Cultural Studies in the Department of English and Making Advances Workshop participant

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  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

At Rare Books and Special Collections in the Falk Library of Health Sciences

 

The Body Performs: Anatomy Atlases and Early Modern Drama

Author: Courtney Colligan, PhD student in Theatre and Performance Studies and Making Advances Workshop participant

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  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

Introducing "Sustaining DH"

Approximately a year following the conclusion of our first NEH Research and Development Grant, the Visual Media Workshop team (with Dr. Alison Langmead at the helm) is embarking on its second NEH-funded project.

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  • Sustaining DH
  • Sustaining MedArt
  • Graduate Work
  • Faculty Work
  • VMW
 

Launching Botany Hall

On Thursday, March 29th, Colleen O'Reilly and I launched our collaborative project Botany Hall: Dioramas on Context in the Hall of Botany at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. The event marked the launch of our online exhibition at www.botanyhall.com and provided an ideal opportunity for facilitating a cross-institutional, interdisciplinary discussion about art and science.

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  • Dioramas in Context
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh

Surveys ready for distribution in the We Are Nature: Living in the Athropocene exhibit

 

 

 

A Brief Survey of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Museum Studies Intern at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History – Spring 2018

Thousands of visitors of different ages visit the Carnegie Museum of Natural History every year. As the Museum Studies intern in their Marketing Department, it was my job to ask these visitors about their experience in the museum. My work was overseen by Kate Sallada, Marketing Researcher, and Kathleen Bodenlos, Director of Marketing and Public Relations.

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  • Academic Interns
  • Undergraduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh