Tools of Many Trades Feature in North Carolina Youth Stories
Kids are enlivening history in North Carolina during the state tour of The Way We Worked!
MoMS Mississippi Alum Immersed in Youth Storytelling
Creativity flows through Mississippian veins just as water flows through the bayous.
Students Traverse Mountains to Get to Know Their Neighbors
Bethel School and Blowing Rock Art & History Museum in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina, undertook a mission to learn more about the people of Watauga County, culminating in the exhibition The Way Watauga Works which opened on May 24th.
Students Explore Museum Work in Oklahoma
EAST students at Northeast Tech in Claremore, Oklahoma, participated in Museum on Main Street's Stories: YES program through a collaboration with the J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum. MoMS' exhibition "The Way We Worked" was used as a theme to delve into the collection at the Museum that includes a saber designed by General George Patton as well as treasured toys inspired by the childhood icon Buck Rogers.
Storytelling with Augmented Reality in Rural Arkansas
High school students at Buffalo Island Central EAST have been collaborating closely with the Buffalo Island Museum for Museum on Main Street's Stories: YES program for 2017-18. The Buffalo Island region consists of several small towns in two counties in the state of Arkansas.
J-term Class Highlights their Iowa Hometown for Stories: YES
Mount Vernon High School has emerging storytellers in their midst! A class of Journalism students has been making noise in the community by interviewing athletes, former students, coaches, and sports stars, ahead of the arrival of the exhibition Hometown Teams.