A fun group from the West Alabama University Scholarship Program popped in for a tour this week! I thoroughly enjoyed their visit!
It was great leading around a bunch of youth-bordering-on-adults who showed a frank interest in what I had to say, and the narrative I shared with them from our exhibition narratives.
The young man on the far right was a delight. After noticing the taxidermy bison head mounted in the Permanent Gallery, he soon discovered that were was indeed a difference between BISONand BUFFALO. Let’s just say he walked away from that tour determined to educate everyone in his path with this monumental news!
Published by KD Galonedi
ᏣᎳᎩ, mother, artist, lover, veteran; figuring out this thing called life. Kimberly (Cherokee) was born and raised deep in the country of rural Oklahoma. An eclectic multi-media artist, Kimberly is also a mother and passionate advocate for sustainability and preservation ranging from permaculture to vital cultural matrimony. In 2007, Kimberly enlisted to serve for six years in the United States Air Force. In that time, she obtained an Associates of Science in Business Administration, an Associate of Applied Science in Electronic Systems Technology, and a Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership. She began working professionally in the museum field in 2015 and over the course of her career, she acquired training and certifications in collections care, digitization, social media and marketing, and records management. In 2021, she earned a Professional Master of Business Administration. Her large diversity of life experiences has a dynamic and encompassing impact on her work.
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