Good morning everyone! As you enter, it would be great to have you introduce yourself here in the hatbox!
Good morning everyone! As you enter, it would be great to have you introduce yourself here in the hatbox! Good morning everyone —as you enter, please introduce yourself here in the hatbox.
Can we see people’s faces or no?
They can see us.
April Baker, Irving, Texas, Irving Archives and Museum
Hello from Tamara Hemmerlein, Local History Services department of the Indiana Historical Society.
Hello! Alexandra Scrivner currently joining from California, US
Dorothy Svgdik from the Buddy Holly Center and Silent Wings Museum in Lubbock, TX!
Good Morning! Teresita from Chicago Cultural Alliance AND a former student of Linda's at JHU
Hi I’m Priyanka Seshadri from the Partition Museum, Amritsar
Hi, my name is Leslie Winter. I am the Public Services Coordinator at Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, which is the special collections library for Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
I was really interested to hear about the innovative programs, like the Lincoln's Cabin Game night, and writing in about resistance. Do you have other resources we can check out? We are trying to find things we can do remotely to tell patrons that we are still here, and that can serve as a record of how Texas A&M is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thank you SO MUCH!
What lessons might you or your organizations offer for maintaining morale through this crisis? - Sarah Gould
I would be happy to!
Colleen Dillenscheider has been looking at the intent of visitors to visit cultural institutions. The work started pre-COVID. It's pretty interesting.
You speak of cultural organizations “coming back,” but so many have already been struggling. Do you think we’ll see many organizations simply fail and never come back?
We’re happy to go for a few more minutes if people have questions, suggestions—keep them coming!
Sure, I'll add you now. Thank you.
Thanks for the great information!
thank you kindly