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How it Works: What’s in a Label with Curator Ann Poulson

This video series invites young people (and their adults/caretakers/friends/pets) into the world of museum work. Various episodes will highlight what different people who work in a museum do all day, why we do what we do, and how what we do can enrich a visitor’s experience in person or online.

In “How it Works: What’s in a Label,” we go through the information that is included in a museum label and invite viewers to create labels and captions of their very own.

Label template download: https://henryart.org/assets/img/Label.docx
Caption template download: https://henryart.org/assets/img/Caption.docx

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Ann Poulson joined the Henry as Associate Curator of Collections in 2018. She has degrees in Art History, Fashion History and Museum Studies, and Modern British History, and has enjoyed working with art at a variety of institutions on both sides of the Atlantic. In her spare time, she dotes on her plastic lizard, who keeps forgetting to water the houseplants.

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