Friday Frenzy!

Posted on January 14, 2013 by

A blog post by Senior Collections Manager Jobi Zink.

Now that the Jewish Museum of Maryland is open to the public 10-5 Sunday-Thursday, staff has a lot less time to get the behind-the-scenes work-in-public-spaces done. Here’s what we accomplished today –all before 2 PM!

Jobi, Darrell, and the Ravens-loving installation crew were unhappy that a Mayflower truck came to pick up the Chosen Food exhibition. (And if you don’t know why there was resentment scroll down to the March 24, 1984 entry http:///en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baltimore_Colts_relocation_to_Indianapolis.  Heck, now I’m inspired to see the Almost Religion: Baltimores Colts exhibit at the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards before Saturday’s playoff game!)

There was a moment of cheering when the truck drove away a few minutes later. The driver returned with a new truck, fully equipped with a proper lift gate.

The crew was quick to start loading the truck.

Rachel and Jennifer de-install the Hutzler’s lobby display…

… and spackle all of the holes…

… and tape the walls before re-painting!

Downtown Coordinator Kim Jacobsohn spent the morning with a half dozen children at Tot Shabbat.

It’s the 2nd Friday of the month. Time for our regularly scheduled visit from the exterminator.

Karen gives the crew instructions for handling a mount.

Jobi moves objects onto a cart.

Sue went to the gift shop to straighten things up… and ended up ringing a sale!

Karen tests her balance skills while tracing the arch above the gallery for a new sign. Good thing she does yoga!

Intern Molly might not know how busy it is up front, but she’s busy copying all of our recent press coverage—proving how busy we’ve been!

Victory! After a brief hiatus, we've got our first call identifying the "once upon a time" photo from our Snapshots column in the Jewish Times.

Marvin is eagerly awaiting the arrival of Zap! Pow! Bam!

Be sure to come to the Museum January 27-August 18, 2013 to see the amazing new exhibition about comic book super heroes.

 

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