Summer 2018 |Curator Talks

Join us this summer for an exciting new program!

This summer we are introducing the Curator Talks. A once a month program that invites local curators from museums and historic sites in the area to discuss their newest exhibits, research projects and other interests with you.  We encourage you to bring your lunch to eat while listening to our presenters. best part is that the program will be no more than 40 minutes which means you can make it back to work before the lunch hour is over!

To Register, click below:

June 13     From Phila. Homey to GTown Boy:  The Incredible Existence of Samuel Buckley Morris and   How It Forever Changed the World presented by Doris Fanelli, Chief of Cultural Resources Management at Independence National Historical Park.

July 18     The Life, The Legend …. The Truth?: Stitching Betsy Ross’ Story Together, presented by Kim    Staub, Collections and Exhibitions Manager at the Betsy Ross House.

August 8  Behind the Scenes of Hamilton: The Exhibit presented by Sarah Winski, Manager of Exhibition Development, and Elena Popchock, Exhibition Developer.