Author Archives: Laurel McIvor

Throat-Singing Karaoke?

What happened when our Arctic Voices exhibition team combined traditional Inuit throat singing with contemporary culture and technology? An innovative opportunity for fun and active visitor participation. Continue reading

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From Happy Camper to Camp Developer: Building the New Nature Camps at the Museum

Laurel McIvor and Pamela Kirk were inspired by cherished memories of summer camp when developing the new Nature Camps at the museum. It will be a fun summer! Continue reading

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Seeing Is Believing

Laurel McIvor explains how documentaries have the power to make complex environmental problems comprehensible. She organized our recent environmental film festival. Continue reading

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