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Los Angeles, California
Emma Thorne-Christy is a Los Angeles based exhibition designer with an M.F.A. in Exhibit Design and a B.A. in American Studies. She specializes in cultural, history and social justice exhibits. Her services include project management, architectural and spatial design, graphic design, and participatory and interactive design. more...
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Museums
02/21
A.E. Backus Museum & Gallery
Fort Pierce, Florida
02/20
National Museum of Health and Medicine
Silver Spring, Maryland
02/20
The Mariners' Museum and Park
Newport News, Virginia
02/20
WheatonArts
Millville, New Jersey
02/18
The Baker Museum
Naples, Florida
Museum Associations
02/13
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida
12/16
Washington Museum Association
Yakima, Washington
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Dragoon, Arizona
Archaeology, Art, Culture, Historic House, Library
Amerind Museum exhibitions tell the story of America's first peoples from Alaska to South America and from the last Ice Age to the present. Amerind's Fulton-Hayden Memorial Art Gallery features works on western themes by such artists as Harrison Begay, Carl Oscar Borg, William Leigh, Frederic Remington, and Andy Tsihnahjinnie. The museum store offers southwestern arts, crafts, and books on prehistory, history, and Native American cultures.
Clarkdale, Arizona
Archaeology, History, Historical Society, Natural History
The Clarkdale Historical Society and Museum was established as a museum housed in the town’s former clinic building built by United Verde Copper Company. The clinic was built in 1918 to serve the smelter workers and their families.
Phoenix, Arizona
Anthropology, Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Culture, Nature Centers, Park, University
Deer Valley Rock Art Center is an archaeology museum and 47-acre Sonoran Desert preserve. Voted a Phoenix Point of Pride and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Center has the largest concentration of Native American petroglyphs in the Phoenix Valley. Visitors hike a handicap accessible quarter-mile trail to view over 1,500 carved symbols on rock made between 500 and 7,000 years ago.
Fort Huachuca, Arizona
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Military, Specialized
There are two museums at Fort Huachuca housed in three separate buildings. All are within just a short walk from one another. The Fort Huachuca Museum takes up two buildings, its main museum (Bldg. 41401) and a spillover gallery called the Museum Annex (41305). It tells the story of the U.S. Army in the American Southwest. The second museum is the U.S. Army Intelligence Museum which takes for its theme the evolution of the intelligence art within the U.S. Army.
Prescott, Arizona
Archaeology, Art, Culture, General, History, Library
The Smoki Museum, constructed in 1935 with WPA and CCC funds was built to resemble a Hopi Pueblo structure. Our 5,000 square foot gallery houses a collection of artifacts, baskets, pottery and lithics from many Southwestern tribes. We also feature the largest collection of Kate Cory paintings in the USA.
Topawa, Arizona
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Children's, Culture, History, Library, Nature Centers, Specialized
Exhibitions change regularly and include our collection holdings as well as loans from other museums; pertinent traveling exhibitions from other museums are also featured frequently.
Camp Verde, Arizona
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, Park
The Verde Valley Archaeology Center & Museum is a research institution on the archaeology of the area with a museum of artifacts from throughout the area.
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