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An Era of Change

The 1900s was a time of changing thoughts and relationships. Women were marching for their rights, while some took a more aggressive approach to get their message across, namely, Carrie Nation. The hatchet below reads “All Nations Welcome But Carrie.” It...

The Power of a Simple Question

When Christina Muscatello walks into a museum with her group, her goal isn’t to teach her group about the value of history or art–she’s there to discover what strikes them. By asking a simple question: What does this piece remind you of? We should...

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