Category Archives: Cultural Heritage/Sustainability

Chantecler, a Barnyard Fantasy

Ed note: This is a cross-post from the Museum of the City of New York Blog.  You can find the original blog post here.    While digitizing the vast collection of over 30,000 photographs that make up the theatre production files at the Museum … Continue reading

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The African American Theater History Project: Bringing Together African American Theater and Cultural History from Libraries Around the Country

By Cecily Marcus Curator, Givens Collection of African American Literature University of Minnesota Libraries Archives and Special Collections Over 300 years of African American theater history, from its earliest influences to its current artists and leaders, is too often inaccessible … Continue reading

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Pioneer Sunday at UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures

By Brandon Anioł Educational Specialist, UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures Spring break is an exciting way to greet the prospect of warmer weather. In San Antonio, Texas, the Institute of Texan Cultures (ITC) is encouraging visitors to discover the roots … Continue reading

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Film Forward: Furthering Cultural Understanding

By Christopher Reich Senior Advisor, Office of Museum Services IMLS I recently had an opportunity meet the filmmakers who will be featured as part of Film Forward this year and learn more about their films. What an amazing experience to … Continue reading

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