This program is designed to be a jumping off point for any historic house, regardless of size, that wishes to engage in historic holiday interpretation.
This discussion will focus on using what you already have in your archives and collections to craft a unique experience for your patrons, giving you the opportunity to reach new audiences and create a new revenue driver at a time of year that can traditionally be difficult for attendance.
Bethany White is currently the Interpretive Programs Director at John Jay Homestead State Historic Site. She has worked in museum interpretation and education for almost 20 years at museums in the SUNY system, the New York State Museum and at other New York State Historic Sites. Bethany holds degrees in anthropology and public history. And in all honesty, she really loves what she does!
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Professional Development Hours: 1.5 (.15 CEUs)
Program Recording: Yes
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