Tag Archives: museum educators

Celebrating Lifelong Learning

Posted on December 05, 2012

The Woodson Art Museum’s annual docent holiday gathering celebrates the hard work of a dedicated group of volunteers who lead guided experiences at the Museum for visitors of all ages – especially school children.  Sunday evening, beverages were sipped, gifts were given (gotta love Etsy!), and I even made an… Read More

A Day in the Life . . .

Posted on October 24, 2012

From evening news interviews to acrylic paint smeared across your backside, the life of a Woodson Art Museum educator is a charmed but chaotic one. The proverbial “it’s all in a day’s work” feels appropriate after many a busy day at the Museum. Tuesday, October 23 was no exception. Yesterday… Read More

BAM!

Posted on June 08, 2011

   I look at my life as a journey, not always smooth and uneventful but full of exciting experiences. This journey is filled with many wonderful people, each bringing special meaning to my life.  One such person is Erin Narloch, a colleague and friend. During the past five years we… Read More