Never in Your Wildest Dreams: Connections Through Imagination
Junior Curators are local teens who learn the inner workings of a museum and then use what they've learned to curate an exhibtion. They study both glass and how a museum functions. They also tour the Museum, The Studio, and the Rakow Research Library and even make their own glass flowers and beads. In creating their exhibition the Junior Curators have been asked to consider the questions: What objects appeal to me and why? How was each object made? What relationships exist between the objects? How can we help our audience engage with the objects? The final exhibit will be on display beginning in June and will be seen by visitors from around the world.