Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Curator’s Role in Crowd-Pleasing Events, Part 4: Reversing “Bad Habits” in a Positive Way

Have you been busy these last couple of weeks decorating your historic house museum and planning your seasonal event?  We hope that our holiday series has been informative and helpful.  This fourth and final post of the series deals with … Continue reading

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The Curator’s Role in Crowd-Pleasing Events, Part 3: Planning and Logistics

As Christmas approaches quickly (yes, it’s only 4 days away!), the third installment of our holiday decorating blog series offers advice on coordinating the logistics of a seasonal event at your historic house museum.  The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic … Continue reading

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The Curator’s Role in Crowd-Pleasing Events, Part 2: Philosophy and Research

We hope that you found our previous post about resource protection during holiday events helpful and informative.  (See “The Curator’s Role in Crowd-Pleasing Events, Part 1.”)  The second installment of this holiday series is presented by Gregory R. Weidman, Curator … Continue reading

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The Curator’s Role in Crowd-Pleasing Events, Part 1: Resource Protection

Each season brings different challenges for curatorial staff at historic house museums.  In the summer, we battle high temperatures and relative humidity, pests, and increased visitation.  In the winter, we deal with cold temperatures and low relative humidity, as well … Continue reading

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