The long-awaited museum is about to open to the public. It’s been a labor of love for everyone involved. Congratulations to all.
Lots of events this week.
Tickets went on sale on Washington’s birthday for the Museum of the American Revolution- opening April 19th.
The new and improved Reynolds Coliseum will open its doors on Friday, September 16th. HealyKohler Design working with the University created the the exhibits and graphic treatments for the arena. Exhibits highlight NC State athletes, coaches and contributors in every sport. There is an exhibit for Hall of Fame Athletes, each of the University’s 23 varsity sports, an exhibit for NC State Olympians and professional athletes as well as an interactive touch wall.
Will & Jane: Shakespeare, Austen, and the Cult of Celebrity opened this Saturday at the Folger Library. The exhibit is full of interesting Will & Jane memorabilia, including the shirt worn by Colin Firth in “Sense & Sensibility”
See the attached article from the New York Times
This Friday, March 20th Terry will be attending the Tennessee Association of Museums Conference. Along with Alan Robison (one of our favorite clients) and Khandra Smalley from the Customs House Museum and Cultural Center, he will be presenting a session on Community Partnerships. The Session will be Friday at 8:30 am, so if you’re attending the conference, don’t miss it.
Our latest exhibit opened last month at the Library of Congress. Magna Carta: Muse & Mentor features the actual Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta, one of the four remaining copies from 1215.