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MUSEUMPLANNER 2013 – Thank You All !

No Comments 22 January 2014

Thank you all for the great 2013 ! Wishing everyone a happy and healthy 2014 An overview of the best museumplanner.org articles of 2013

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What do you do?

No Comments 12 March 2013

Every week, I receive emails asking "what do you do?" (in addition to writing the blog). The easy answer is "help kids who learn differently", but that is not a direct answer. All of the projects I will work on are for informal educational institutions (science centers, children's museums, traveling exhibitions, natural history museums and art museums). I will forever be thankful to the museums of my childhood. My work and this blog has become a passion in support informal education.

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Museum Planning Software

No Comments 23 February 2010

Below is a list of the software I use. I use a MacBook Pro, travel often so like having the laptop.  In the studio have two Mac design workstations and an office computer. Design: Sketchup – Free, 3D drawing software Tux Paint – Free, Great for doing a quick sketches VectorWorks – Drafting Photoshop – [...]

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Volunteer Teaching Ubud, Bali

No Comments 27 January 2010

I have been been traveling in Asia for almost six months now. The last two months I have been volunteer teaching English and Art here in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Here in Bali everyone belongs to a Banjar, the Bajar is your local village and the Banjar is the local form of government. Each Banjar has [...]

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Happy 2010!

No Comments 01 January 2010

Wishing you all of the best in 2010! -Mark Sunset at the beach at Tanah Lot, Bali, Indonesia

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“So, what do you do?”

No Comments 05 December 2009

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Happy Holidays!

No Comments 23 December 2008

Wishing you all the best in 2009 Snowy owl’s beautiful white plumage helps to hide it in its Arctic habitat. Only the males are completely white. Chicks are dark and spotted, while the females are white with spots on their wings. National Geographic Photograph by Norbert Rosing

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