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Quentin's Weeknotes 4/13/19-4/19/19

This week:

"The future is dark, with a darkness as much of the womb as the grave."

  • The Yager Museum hosted its "Family afternoon at the Museum." This is our annual event for families and children, and the Museum was filled with games, crafts, food, and activities. I want to thank Buran from Bearded Dragon Games for bringing tabletop fun, and all of the students who worked and volunteered to make the event a success.
  • I helped de-install our exhibit "Along the Rails: Willard Yager, Native American Art and 20th Century Tourism." This exhibit was curated by students in our Museum Studies program at Hartwick and was my first experience seeing an exhibit go from conception to installation. I'm proud of it, and am looking forward to the next student curated exhibit that will replace it.

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