The MoMS team wants to send a grand "thank you" to Alexandra Charleston. Over the past few months, visitors to the Road Reports blog have had a great treat: a series of wonderful feature articles developed by Alex that highlight just a small fraction of the programming that accompanies Museum on Main Street exhibitions around the country. Alex began working with MoMS as an intern in September 2009, after her graduation from Boston College. She spent nearly half a year with us, helping to develop resources for The Way We Worked and learning about MoMS' impact nationwide.
Alex then transitioned into photo research and acquisition work for SITES' new exhibition American Sabor and editing and developing exhibition scripts at the Smithsonian's Office of Exhibits Central. The fall of 2010 brought Alex back to MoMS to help us with reviewing closeout reports from our host communities and to write a series of feature articles for the blog. Over that time, she's been talking with MoMS hosts all over the country. Alex's articles have added so much depth and dynamism to our blog. Readership is up and we have Alex to thank.
Alex -- it's been a great pleasure working with you. The entire MoMS team wishes you the best of success!
A MoMS Team Photo with Alex (far right)
-- Robbie Davis, SITES/Museum on Main Street, Washington, DC