Journal Article

Journal articles will be made freely available one year after publication. Need it now? Join NatSCA for the access password, plus all the additional benefits of membership.
  • Creative Collaborations: Humanities programming in a natural history museum
    Wood Finkle, P., Innella Maiers, V.
    Journal of Natural Science Collections, Volume 10, pages 107 - 114

    Many museums seek new opportunities to creatively collaborate while sharing their story. The Werner Wildlife Museum at Casper College, located in central Wyoming, has actively engaged in creative initiatives that focus on humanities programming with primary, secondary, and higher education students majoring in diverse disciplines. Once seen as a museum “full of dead things” the museum is working to encourage a new perception as a place for active learning through humanities programming, as detailed in this article

    Keywords: Natural history, humanities programming, wildlife museum, collaboration, museum studies, arts