Want to curate an exhibition? Work side-by-side with a museum professional to develop a program or educational resource? There's an incredible array of opportunities available to museums and society students.
On May 18, senior Gillian Waldo and Lecturer Beth Maloney, Director of Interpretation at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, talked to Sheilah Kast about the M&S “practicum with a capital P”. Students created the Why We Work exhibit at the BMI.
“More Than A Name: Enslaved Families at Historic Homewood, an exhibition co-curated by eight undergraduates in a spring 2018 class [AS.389.376] offered by the Program in Museums and Society, focuses on those three families: the Carrolls, the Conners, and William and Becky Ross and their children. The exhibition, which runs through May 27, grew out […]