Dear Readers, For those of you who follow me on Instagram... or follow the New Brunswick Museum on Instagram most likely saw at least one post about (E)SPACE, an event which was held at the New Brunswick Museum on November 22nd. (E)SPACE was the first event of a new series called Soiree at the New… Continue reading (E)SPACE
Dear Readers, This past weekend I had the ultimate outdoor adventure... I went to the New Brunswick Museum's Bio-Blitz "BIOTA" up in Kennedy Lakes. A Bio-Blitz is when scientists explore a specific region of territory, for an allotted amount of time and are allowed to take any specimens they would like for research purpose. SO… Continue reading BIOTA: 2019
Dear Readers, First of all, HAPPY CANADA DAY! I hope everyone enjoyed the long weekend, I know I did! It was so nice to spend Canada Day actually in Canada this year. Last year I was celebrating in Kelvingrove Park with my fellow Canadians. I spent my Canada Day at the museum, like I have… Continue reading Canada Day!
Dear Readers, Back in February I filmed a video for the New Brunswick Museum with Hemmings House, NBM Curator, which was published last week. In the video, myself along with the NBM's Art Curator, Peter Laroque and Archivist, Felicity Osepchook, talk about the founder of the New Brunswick Museum's Fine & Decorative Art Collection: Alice Lusk Webster. Alice… Continue reading NBM Curator
Dear Readers, January was a great start of the year for me, mainly because I started my first full-time job!!!!!!! After four summers working as a summer student and this past fall working part-time at the front desk I have started a full-time position as a senior public programmer at the New Brunswick Museum. Now,… Continue reading Status: Employed Full-Time
Dear Readers, When I started this blog a year and a half ago I could not decide what specific topic I wanted to blog about. I love fashion, I love history, I love travel, I love food, I love books, I love design, I love makeup, I love adventures... the list goes on and on… Continue reading The New Brunswick Museum