TM_pageTopDivider.gif

Greetings from 220B!

Your Telfair Museums Education Staff

Top image: Martha Mythlo, Kip Bradley, Harry DeLorme, Caryn Turgeon, Vaughnette Goode-Walker. That’s us again below as rendered by Daniel Shiffman’s Swarm, one of the interactive art pieces in our Technology & Art Gallery.

Hi! Welcome to 220B, home to the Telfair Museums’ Education Department.

If you are viewing this you just may be an educator, a student, a parent, an artist, some or all of the above, or a person who happens to be interested in creativity, education or museums. We will be using this little blog to bring you scoops on upcoming programs at the Telfair Museums, educational resources and links related to Telfair exhibitions and programs, musings on art, art education and creativity, and even occasional artsy silliness.

First of all – who are these people? At this time your bloggers include:

Harry DeLorme, Senior Curator of Education and department head oversees all programs, coordinates adult lecture programs, conducts educator and docent training, and also curates Telfair’s Pulse Art and Technology Festival.

Martha Mythlo, Associate Curator of Education and educational resource specialist also oversees the Telfair’s ArtZeum family gallery and creates resource materials for teachers based upon the museums’ exhibitions.

Caryn Turgeon, Tour and Docent Manager, schedules our volunteer docents and tours for the Telfair Academy and Jepson Center sites, leads tours and coordinates docent training.

Kip Bradley, Studio Programs Manager, schedules and coordinates the museums studio art classes, workshops, camps and drop-in family programs, such as WCWM.

Vaughnette Goode-Walker, Telfair’s Director of Diversity and Access, is recruiter and liaison for the museums Teen Advisory Council, plans Juneteenth programming, and works with the Education staff to coordinate the Tenenbaum Multicultural Internship.

You may also see posts from Paulette Thompson, our Lead Interpreter at Telfair’s Owens Thomas House Museum, as well as representatives from our wonderful and talented group of volunteer docents, and our education interns.

We plan to post at least once a week, more frequently from time to time so let us know what you think and please stop back by 220B!

Post a Comment

Your email is never shared. Required fields are marked *

*
*
*