In the 1860s, an era fascinated with spiritualism—spirits, the supernatural, messages from the Great Beyond—a small-time engraver named William Mumler realized he could apply the latest technology of his day, photography, to create “spirit photographs.” Almost a visual séance, Mumler’s… More»
I think it’s very important for museums to do more with children, so that the next generation is interested. Make it fun.
Something like a playground. A big, artsy playground.
Polina (@pollyshot), July 14, 2014.