Next Drinking About Museums: Boston – Thursday, May 10 @ Lingo

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Greetings, friends!

I know it seems like just yesterday we were together last, but it’s a new month and that means a new date! This Thursday, we will be meeting at the Museum of Science, Boston.  Since PEM and MFA have been so gracious with their time, we realized we needed to step up, so we’ll be offering two opportunities. First, Ben Wilson and I will hopefully demo a new touchscreen that interprets the Colby Room, a mid-20th C. trophy room.  There might be a special treat in store, too. Just saying…  Following that, Beth Amtmann and crew will demo some of the prototypes under construction for the Museum’s Upcoming Hall of Human Life exhibition. Interactive goodness and some design process for you process wonks!

I’ll be in the lobby a bit before 5PM looking for you. The prototyping area is closed to the public so you can’t find your way there without an escort. DM me if you get lost or delayed. I’m @erodley.

Afterwards, we will adjourn across the street to Lingo for refreshments. So mark your calendars now:

May 10th, 5PM
Museum of Science, Boston, 1 Science Park, Boston, MA 02114

drinks following at 6PM 
Lingo, 15 Monsignor O’Brien Hwy, Cambridge, MA 02141

Please join us for part or all of the festivities!

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5 responses to “Next Drinking About Museums: Boston – Thursday, May 10 @ Lingo

  1. I’ll be there, and looking forward to it!

  2. See you at the Museum, Ed!

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  4. If you get to go into the Colby Room, then I will be so jealous! I’ve always wanted to do that! Wish I could come- have a great time!

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