The Museum Arts Blog

Loving Care for Family Treasures

June 24, 2019

If you live with treasured antiques, treat them as you would like to be treated. Artifacts made of fabric, wood, paper, or plastic are safest in the same conditions that make humans comfortable. Anything else is destructive.

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Captivate Repeat Visitors with Little to No Budget

May 15, 2019

In order to keep your museum from getting stale, we have a few suggestions on how to keep repeat visitors engaged without redoing your whole collection.

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Interactive Exhibits: What’s Best for Your Museum – Digital or Analog?

February 19, 2019

Let’s face it-exhibits can be very expensive! Interactivity adds even more costs to a basic exhibit.  For the sake of argument, I’m generically dividing museum interactive exhibits into 2 categories-Digital and Analog. We’ll call Digital…

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Museum Maintenance Tips To Keep Exhibits Looking New

January 31, 2019

Walking into a museum, it becomes clear very quickly if the museum and its exhibits and artifacts are a priority to the establishment. Burned out bulbs, dusty artifacts, smudged glass, and worn and faded graphics…

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Founder of Museum Arts, commercial artist Charles Paramore…

January 14, 2016

There’s a rough sketch pinned to the drawing table, a magnifying glass mounted alongside it. Art pencils, an eraser, a draftsman’s triangle, and careless pencil shavings litter the cabinet top beside the table. A pair…

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The Springfield Nature Center gets a turtle tank like no other…

March 10, 2016

This custom built tank will house turtles inside the nature center. The mural art on the front was created by using pictures from the woods and creeks just outside the center. The details: A large…

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