The world's largest children's museum holds lots of stories. Here's a fascinating conversation about many of them with Jennifer Pace Robinson, the Executive Vice President of The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.
Direct from the world’s only superhero and comic museum, this is a heroic conversation with Allen Stewart, Director and Founder of the Hall of Heroes – Superhero Museum in Elkhart, Indiana. You'll appreciate Allen's insight and knowledge,
Here’s a surprising, funny and important conversation with Louise Reilly Sacco, Permanent Acting Interim Executive Director, Museum Of Bad Art in Boston, MA, US. - Website: museumofbadart.org and Facebook: Museum of Bad Art. -
Today's episode is part of Museum Mondays, a conversation with Jane Turner of the Children's Museum of Atlanta. The title is a comment of hers about how children see the world. Jane is the Executive Director, Children’s Museum of Atlanta,
With museums facing so many challenges, and opportunities, what a great time to talk with Elizabeth Merritt. She is the Vice President for Strategic Foresight and Founding Director of the Center for the Future of Museums at the American Alliance of Mu...
This StoriesHere episode features a conversation with Jennifer Grant Warner, President and CEO of Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, Georgia. Stories range from the very different experience of being in an old growth forest,
This conversation is with Laura Fry, Senior Curator and Curator of Art for the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The discussion includes topics from "Did the Supreme Court really give eastern Oklahoma back to the native Americans?".....
Greetings, Wayne Parker here, with a conversation about Nordic culture, which is today more important than ever. And we’ll get to that, and some intriguing stories in a moment. First, some of you may be wondering,
This episode is a conversation with Leslie Anderson, the Director of Collections, Exhibitions, and Programs for the spectacular National Nordic Museum in Seattle. Leslie was a Fulbright scholar and worked at the National Gallery of Denmark.
Some remarkable stories from this conversation with Dan'l Lewin, a leader of the computer revolution. This episode ranges from Steve Jobs to professional wrestling to art, and the story and promise of the Computer History Museum in Mountain View,