Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Visitor Display Areas
In Michael's Museum, there are many Visitor's Display Areas waiting to be "curated" by a child, sometimes with the help of a parent, using many of the available "Tiny Treasures."
On the Curator's Desk, this cabinet is filled with wooden animals.
Also on the Curator's Desk, this muffin tin is filled with plastic buttons ready to be "baked into cupcakes in the oven" according to the visitor who curated it.
In no particular order, someone organized these Puff Balls into a Visitor Display Cabinet on the wall. Additional Puff Balls are waiting in the drawer below.
Colorful Spools & Puff Balls line a Printer's Typeset Tray on the wall of
Michael's Museum: A Curious Collection of Tiny Treasures
at Chicago Children's Museum on Navy Pier
Chicago, Illinois U.S.A.
Posted by Michael Horvich at 11:57 AM