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Museum Open House -The Wiener Holocaust Library and the current exhibition fighting Antisemitism from Dreyfus to Today

Jay talks with Barbara Warnock, PhD. Barbara serves as the Senior Curator and the Head of Education at The Wiener Holocaust Library, which is located in London. She’s here today to inform us about both the library and the fascinating current exhibition she curated entitled Fighting Antisemitism from Dreyfus to Today. During the program, we'll be learning why and how the exhibition came about, we'll go on a behind the scenes tour, and, in the process, we'll come to better understand and appreciate the history and mission of the library and the history of the fight against antisemitism over the last century in France, Britain and Germany. We’ll also be reminded that still to this day antisemitism continues to pose a very real threat to Jews in Britain, Europe and around the world.

 

 

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Museum Open House -Weatherspoon Art Museum

Jay talks with Elaine Gustafson. Elaine serves as the Curator and Head of Collections and Facilities at the Weatherspoon Art Museum, which is located on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She’s here today to inform us about both the museum and a fascinating exhibition she curated along with Rebekah Maupin entitled Ostensibly So: Sculpture from the Collection. During the program, we'll be learning why and how the exhibition came about, we'll go on a behind the scenes tour, and, in the process, we'll come to better understand and appreciate new ways of looking at three-dimensional objects.The exhibition will be on display until August 13.

 

 

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Museum Open House -North Shore Community Development Coalition and the Punto Urban Art Museum

Jay talks with Mickey Northcutt and Ashley Ganem from the North Shore Community Development Coalition—a non-profit agency that invests resources into low-income or distressed neighborhoods on the North Shore to improve the quality of life for residents. Mickey serves as the CEO and Ashley is the Senior Communications & Events Manager. During the program, we'll be learning why and how the North Shore Community Development Coalition came about and how it's grown, developed, and operates today. We'll find out about some of their engaging programs and initiatives with one of them being the Punto Urban Art Museum. In the process, we'll come to better understand and appreciate the positive impact the coalition has had and continues to have on the lives of hundreds of individuals and in a wide range of neighborhoods and communities.

 

 

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Museum Open House -North Bennet Street School's 2022 Exhibition: Making Matters

Jay talks with Kristen Odle. Kristen serves as the Retail & Exhibit Manager for the North Bennet Street School—a private vocational school located in Boston’s North End. During the program, we'll be finding out about the history and mission of North Bennet Street School and how it’s grown, developed, and operates today. In addition, we'll be spending much of our time hearing about the school’s current 2022 Exhibition: Making Matters, a behind-the-scenes look at the craft and care of making. We'll view and discuss the various displays and, in so doing, we'll come to better understand and appreciate the school’s overall mission and the wide-range of programs, courses, and continuing education opportunities that are available for students and others. The 2022 Exhibition: Making Matter will be on display until August 26.

 

 

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Museum Open House -More or Less in Common: Environment and Justice in the Human Landscape

Jay talks with Garrett Dash Nelson, PhD from the Norman Leventhal Map and Education Center at the Boston Public Library. Garrett serves as the President and Head Curator and he’s here today to inform us about the fascinating new exhibition at the map center entitled More or Less in Common: Environment and Justice in the Human Landscape. Through maps as well as photographs, images, and data visualizations, this engaging and thought-provoking exhibition encourages visitors to confront stories about how environmental conditions have sometimes served to worsen inequalities along lines of social division. On a promising note, the exhibition also points out how our shared environment offers the possibility to bring people together across differences and to move forward collaboratively for the common good. During the program, we’ll find out why and how the exhibition came about, we’ll go on a behind-the-scenes tour, and, in the process, come to better understand and appreciate some of the ways in which maps and data can better inform us about questions related to social justice and injustice.

 

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Museum Open House -Samuel Slater Experience

Jay talks with Chris Robert and Barbara Van Reed.. Chris is a highly successful entrepreneur and philanthropist and he’s also the founder of the recently opened Samuel Slater Experience, which is a museum highlighting the life and achievements of Samuel Slater. Barbara serves as the museum's director. Mr. Slater is known as “The Father of the American Revolution” because he introduced the idea of mass production into the United States. Adding to this and an understanding of the growth and development of the textile industry, the other part of the museum showcases the town of Webster, which Samuel Slater helped found and build, with a focus on life around 1910. During the program, we'll be finding out why and how the Samuel Slater Experience came about, we'll explore the question as to whether Samuel Slater was a traitor or rather an enterprising entrepreneur, and we'll go on a behind-the-scenes tour of this truly engaging, interactive, and immersive museum experience.

 

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Museum Open House -Concord Museum, Alive with Birds: William Brewster of Concord

Jay talks with David Wood and Amy Montague. David is the Curator at the Concord Museum and Amy serves as the Director of the Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon, which is located in Canton. They're here to inform us about the fascinating collaboration between the two institutions which led to the creation of the outstanding current exhibition at the Concord Museum entitled Alive with Birds: William Brewster in Concord. On view until September 5, this is the first and most comprehensive exhibition on William Brewster, the first president of Mass Audubon and one of the country’s earliest advocates for the protection of birds and their habitats. The exhibition also showcases 20 paintings and sculptures from the Mass Audubon’s Museum of American Bird Art, many of which are accompanied by manuscript materials of William Brewster’s journals. During the program, we'll find out why and how Alive with Birds came about, we'll go on a behind-the-scenes tour and, in the process, we'll come to better understand and appreciate William Brewster and his study of ornithology, we'll find out about the area in Concord he used to live in and we'll see the manner in which the Mass Audubon artwork and other artifacts enhance and enrich this engaging initiative.

 

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Museum Open House - Immersive Frida Kahlo and Immersive Klimt: Revolution

Jay talks with Maria Schlover. Maria is one of the Co-Founders and Partners at Lighthouse Immersive in Chicago, Boston, and New York and she served as one of the Co-Producers for the recent Immersive Van Gogh presentation. Maria is here today to inform us about two extremely engaging and informative experiences called Immersive Frida Kahlo and Immersive Klimt: Revolution. Since February, Immersive Frida Kahlo has been on display at The Castle located in the Back Bay at 130 Columbus Avenue. Immersive Klimt: Revolution recently opened in the same location. During the program, we'll find out why and how these presentations came about, we'll go on a behind-the-scenes tour and, in the process, come to better understand and appreciate these exceptional artists as well as the nature of these innovative presentations. Let’s start by meeting Maria and then finding out all about Immersive Frida Kahlo and Immersive Klimt: Revolution.

 

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Museum Open House - Carmelo Midili: Beyond the Shape

Jay talks with guest Carmelo Midili. Carmelo is a highly accomplished artist and he’s here today to inform us about his current exhibition entitled Carmelo Midili: Beyond the Shape, which is on display at the Boston Sculptors Gallery located at 468 Harrison Avenue in Boston’s South End. During the program, we’ll find out why and how the exhibition came about, we’ll go on a behind the scenes tour and, in the process, we’ll come to better understand and appreciate Carmelo’s engaging sculptures and how he goes about creating his fascinating artwork.

 

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