Cats in Museums

Like the Ancient Egyptians before us, we live in a world in which cats are the highest power. You can almost hear the archaeologists of the future “Behold,” they would grandly declare before their students of Internet Archaeology who sift through digital debris in search for the truth about life in the 21st Century. “The…

The ‘Children in Museums’ debate

Recently, newspapers and media outlets reported on the story of a child climbing on a $10 million piece of art at the Tate Modern in London. This is the picture and the tweet that alerted the wider world to what happened. Holy crap. Horrible kids, horrible parents. @tate pic.twitter.com/6h1nuY6CfQ — THEODORE:ART (@TheodoreArt) January 26, 2014…

H. G. Wells: A Brief (and, quite frankly, weird) Museum Trail

Today, I had a conversation on Twitter that I think deserves to be shared with everyone. The conversation began, as many do, with a question. The question in question popped into my head because I’ve been planning future museum adventures and there was a specific object I wanted to see, so I tweeted the museum…