Monthly Archives: July 2015

Pop Ups, Alternatives, Fictive-, Anti-, and Micro-museums: Exploring the Edges of Museology

image: Old Geo in the kitchen of Old Geo’s Antiques, Saskatchewan, photo by Kirsty Robertson This SSHRC-funded project examines “museums” and collections that are open to the public, but that fall well outside of the ICOM definition of a traditional

Pop Ups, Alternatives, Fictive-, Anti-, and Micro-museums: Exploring the Edges of Museology

image: Old Geo in the kitchen of Old Geo’s Antiques, Saskatchewan, photo by Kirsty Robertson This SSHRC-funded project examines “museums” and collections that are open to the public, but that fall well outside of the ICOM definition of a traditional

Haystack Mountain School of Craft

In May, 2015, I was fortunate to be accepted to the second Open Studio Residency at Haystack Mountain School of Craft in Deer Isle, Maine. What an amazing experience! I spent two weeks disconnected from the outside world, writing, writing,

Haystack Mountain School of Craft

In May, 2015, I was fortunate to be accepted to the second Open Studio Residency at Haystack Mountain School of Craft in Deer Isle, Maine. What an amazing experience! I spent two weeks disconnected from the outside world, writing, writing,