Museum Studies: 2009

  • 2010 Visiting Scholar Ivan Karp at the Heidelberg Project
    2010 MSP Visiting Scholar, Ivan Karp, talking with folks during his visit to the Heidelberg Project in Detroit.
  • At the DIA's splendid table with Jennifer Czajikowski Director of Learning and Interpretation
    Grad students talking with Director of Learning and Interpretation, Jennifer Czajkowski, about the Splendor of the Hour Dining Table during a site visit to the DIA.
  • MSP Visiting Speaker Betsy Quick from UCLA Fowler Museum with UMMA docents
    MSP visiting lecturer, Betsy Quick, Director of Education at the UCLA Fowler Museum, conducting a workshop with U-M Museum of Art docents.
  • MSP07 Monica Huerta leads a tour during practicum at the Art Institute of Chicago
    Monica Huerta (MSP07) leading a Spanish language tour in the new Contemporary Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago as part of her graduate practicum.
  • MSP09 at the American Museum of Magic
  • MSP09 cohort with Renee Sentenis' bronze Donkey  at the DIA
    MSP09 grad students posing with Renee Sintenis's bronze "Donkey" during their site visit to the Detroit Institute of Arts.
  • MSP09 students Anna Wieck, Mei-Chen Pan and Sarah Gothie present their capstone project
    MSP09 grad students Ann Wieck, Mei-chen Pan, and Sarah Gothie presenting on their capstone project at the Charles L. Freer House in Detroit.
  • MSP09 with Director Amy Harris at the UM Museum of Natural History
    MSP09 grad students meeting with Director Amy Harris during their site visit to the U-M Exhibit Museum of Natural History.
  • MSP09 with Director Ray Silverman at the Kelsey Museum
    MSP09 grad students with MSP Director, Ray Silverman, during a site visit to the U-M Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.
  • Museum Studies Program launches the 2009-10 academic year
    MSP grad students enjoying themselves at the annual beginning-of-the-year party that brings together graduate students from multiple cohorts and MSP faculty.
  • Museum Studies Undergrad (and MSP12) Marisa Spytzman with Museum of Anthro polar bear fur pants
    MSP undergrad Marisa Szpytman (Near Eastern Studies '11) with New Mexico's Bloom Mound excavation artifacts during her U-M Museum of Anthropology internship.

Visual souvenirs of the seventh cohort of the MSP graduate program and the undergraduate program.

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