I will be at the Tennessee Museums Association talking about Sustainability at historic house museums during NCPH, but it sounds like a good time as always! Check out the highlights form Engaging Places’ blog:
The National Council on Public History will hold its annual conference in Monterey, California from March 19-22, 2014. It will be the first time I’ve attended a NCPH conference and I’m thrilled–the schedule is packed with a variety of sessions that will appeal to those who are working on the cutting edge of historic sites and house museums, including:
- Educational sessions on co-created exhibits, tribal partnerships, preserving LGBT sites, interpreting slavery, the history of museums, stewardship of archaeological sites, cultural landscapes, and the sustainability of museums.
- “THATCamp NCPH” is an afternoon learning laboratory on digital projects that
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