Live blogging the Northam Park Natural Art and History Museum

Live blogging the Northam Park Natural Art and History Museum

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The Northam Park Natural Art and History Museum’s extended hours were a huge success! Over the course of seven hours, our new wing was filled with amazing new artifacts. Our associate, Will Foster, presented a series of engaging and informative workshops, we diversified our audience (with both human and non-human visitors) and continued to further our mission of engaging visitors directly with the environment.

A huge thank-you to all who supported the museum- though we’ve once again closed our doors, the memory will continue to live on.

A full photographic account will be available soon, however in the mean time, please enjoy this selection of images that were taken and published (via instagram) during the museum’s brief life.

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“But what do you DO?”

“But what do you DO?”

Being a teaching artist sometimes looks like this:

research a-go-go.

research a-go-go.

But just as often, if not more often, it looks like this:

teaching artist 2

(glitter hot glue- it’s a thing.)

And this:

research and development a-go-go

And best of all, this:

(co-learning. it's a thing)

(co-learning- it’s a thing)