Oct. 17: 'If Objects Could Talk'
University Museums sets 'If Objects Could Talk' session on upcycling
4:10 p.m., Oct. 15, 2013--The University Museums at the University of Delaware will hold a presentation in the series “If Objects Could Talk, What Would Yours Say?” from 6-8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 17, in the Mechanical Hall Gallery.
This is the second in the series, which is being held in conjunction with the exhibition “Hassinger and Clark: Boxes, Combs and Constellations.” The theme will be “Making Do.”
Through Sept. 24: 'History of U.S. Constitution'
Sept. 15-17: RLHAB interest sessions
Participants are asked to bring an upcycling story about the process of converting waste materials or seemingly useless products into new materials or products of better quality.
Stories will be recorded and shared with museum audiences at a “Celebrating Our Stories” event and reception on Nov. 21.
The “If Objects Could Talk” series was created by senior Katie Bonanno, an art conservation student, to improve community engagement with University Museums.
More information is available on the exhibition and related activities.