This fall, a series of one-day workshops exploring effective and affordable uses of technology within exhibitions will be available for museum professionals around the state. In addition to hands-on activities, participants will learn about research resources, interpretive writing, and visual storytelling techniques to create engaging exhibitions.
This series is a collaboration between the Bullock Texas State History Museum, Texas Historical Commission, Texas Department of Transportation, and Texas Association of Museums. The day-long workshops will take place in El Paso, Canyon, Wichita Falls, Nacogdoches, Fredericksburg, and San Benito. Each workshop runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and has a $35 registration fee.
For more information, visit the Texas Historical Commission website.