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As the Lytell Intern at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Hayley Plack got hands-on experience in both museum education and curatorial work. In addition to researching the reinstallation of the Museum's Contemporary Wing and helping to create a new Sketch Pack for family visits, Hayley  worked with Preston Bautista, Director of Public Programs, to prepare for the exhibition "Print by Print: Series from Dürer to Lichtenstein" (October 30, 2011-March 25, 2012). (more)

The prints for the exhibit were chosen by students from the Spring 2010 Museums and Society practicum course “Paper Museums: Exhibiting Prints at The Baltimore Museum of Art" and several of the student curators will be available to talk about their experience at the members' opening. Of the 350 prints that will be displayed, more than half have never been on view at the Museum. A major theme of the show is the significance of serial images in the history of printmaking, a topic Hayley studied as she catalogued different print series in the BMA's collection for Rena Hoisington, Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs. Her work will serve to update records in the Museum's data management system.

Jennifer Kingsley


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