Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 90: The #MillennialMuseumBlast Challenge (10 Reasons Why I Love Museums)

Check out the Highlights of February here What can traditional museums learn from the more "Millennial" museums? And who started the competition between the two: the Rain Room in the museum or the actual Museum of Selfies?  As I was preparing to lead #MuseumHour on Twitter a couple of weeks ago, I stumbled upon this article… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 90: The #MillennialMuseumBlast Challenge (10 Reasons Why I Love Museums)

Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 89: Aquarium La Rochelle, France

Check out the Highlights of February here "La Mer n'est pas une poubelle." We should all be aware of the fragility of the environment, and feel the urge to preserve it.  Cover Photo: Tropical Forest at the Aquarium of La Rochelle  Arriving to La Rochelle train station on a Monday morning in mid-February can seem quite… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 89: Aquarium La Rochelle, France

Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 88: #MuseumHour (Feb. 4th, 2019), Twitter

Check out the Highlights of February here What's in an hour? An hour is nothing for those who're happy, but try being in pain: an hour is the longest hour. Museum Hour, aka one of my reach out / communication dreams for Musalley, has come true earlier this week, when I was able to lead the… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 88: #MuseumHour (Feb. 4th, 2019), Twitter

Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 87: “The Orsay Murder Club” (NEW BOOK by Christos Markogiannakis)

Check out the Highlights of February here But the Raven, sitting lonely on the placid bust, spoke only That one word, as if his soul in that one word he did outpour.     Nothing farther then he uttered—not a feather then he fluttered—     Till I scarcely more than muttered “Other friends have flown before— On… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 87: “The Orsay Murder Club” (NEW BOOK by Christos Markogiannakis)