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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Museum Interpretation Initiative 2012 Regional Workshops @ Utah Humanities Council and Utah Museums Association (Deadline: Jan 13)

Museum Interpretation Initiative
2012 Regional Workshops
Call for Applications

Want to learn how to research, design, and create interpretive exhibits and educational activities? How about getting hands-on practice producing an interpretive exhibit at your own museum? Need equipment, resources, and support to make it all happen? Want to connect with other museum staff, volunteers, and in-state experts?

The Museum Interpretation Initiative offers a FREE series of hands-on workshops to assist staff and volunteers in Utah’s small museums tell the stories of their collections and communities. The 2012 workshop series will be held in Heber City and Cedar City between February and June 2012.

Applications are now being accepted for the 2012 regional workshops and are due by January 13, 2012. For details, an application form, or inspiration from the 32 museums that have already completed projects, check out the program website. Questions? Contact Megan van Frank at 801.359.9670 x110 or email vanfrank@utahhumanities.org

The Museum Interpretation Initiative is a program of the Utah Humanities Council in partnership with the Utah Museums Association, with funding from the national Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Megan van Frank | Program Officer, Museum & Historical Programs | Utah Humanities Council | 202 West 300 North | Salt Lake City, UT  84103-1108 | 801.359.9670 x110 | 801.531.7869 fax | vanfrank@utahhumanities.org | www.utahhumanities.org | expanding minds - one story at a time 

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