Can’t Touch This: Voices from the Basement Part 2

Posted on August 24, 2017 by

This summer we asked our summer interns to team up and create their very own podcast episodes. Over the course of ten weeks they needed to pitch a concept, draft a script, and record and edit their podcasts. We’re going to share those podcasts here with you on the blog over the course of the next few weeks! You can see all of their podcasts by clicking on the intern podcast tag.


This is the second episode created by collections interns Joelle Paull and Amy Swartz to focus on the care and handling of museum collections. In this episode they mention some of the dangers of collections inventory and give us an in-depth “look” at a  special framed poster. Missed their first episode? You can listen to it here.

Original artwork for an advertising poster for Hutzler Brothers Company, created by Ruth M. Whitson. JMM 2000.103.1

Original artwork for an advertising poster for Hutzler Brothers Company, created by Ruth M. Whitson. JMM 2000.103.1

>>Listen to the Podcast Here<<


What is Art Deco? 

More on Art Deco

Art Deco advertisements: Bridging vintage and ultramodern by Carissa Quiambao

Art Deco Prints – The Best of 20th Century Design by decolish.com


 

Painting (original) of "The Baltimore Girl," created for Hutzler's by Harrison Fisher c. 1907.  JMM 1989.208.1

Painting (original) of “The Baltimore Girl,” created for Hutzler’s by Harrison Fisher c. 1907. JMM 1989.208.1


Care and Storage of Framed Items from the Minnesota Historical Society

Storage for Framed Items Need to Protext the Frames by Gwen Spicer, art conservator

How to Store Your Prints and Works on Paper from Lofty

Joelle carefully transporting some of the framed items in our collection after photographing them.

Joelle carefully transporting some of the framed items in our collection after photographing them.


Bonus Mr. Peanut!

Bonus Mr. Peanut!


Continue to “Can’t Touch This” part 3!

 

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