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She said it was a lot to think about and she needed time to process before she could share her thoughts on our experience. But one things she said stood out to me. “Mom, I don’t understand why people hate someone because the colour of their skin. It doesn’t make sense. People are people.” Continue reading
From Milan and Moscow, to Istanbul and Budapest, the globally-acclaimed exhibition Van Gogh Alive now comes to the United States east coast for the first time when it debuts at Discovery Placeon April 25. Continue reading
101 Inventions That Changed the World Exhibit opens at Discovery Place in Charlotte, NC on February 2, 2014. Continue reading
History is an important subject for me, personally. As the (paraphrased) quote goes, those who do not learn their history are doomed to repeat it. This is why I believe museums are so very important (and why we support the Arts). Continue reading
The girls did ask some good questions while we were there. Especially when we saw some of the items found in the graves with the mummies. They were interested in what they ate while they were alive and where they lived (the exhibit had artifacts from South America, Egypt, Asia and parts of Europe). Continue reading