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The Dennos Museum Center presents a variety of programs for all ages, seeking to engage, enlighten and entertain audiences. Check out the listings here to find out what's happening.


saving stuff: preserving the past for future generations

3 Sessions, Begins Wednesday, October 14, 2020 — 10:30 a.m. 

All of us have family treasures that we have inherited or collected over the years. In this three-part series, learn how museum professionals take care of a wide range of artworks and objects, from sculptures and paintings to photographs and precious news clippings. Discuss the different ways in which objects deteriorate, tips for mitigating loss, and what you can do to protect your precious belongings. Part lecture, part workshop, and part behind-the-scenes at the Dennos Museum Center. Craig Hadley, Executive Director and Chief Curator at the Museum, will pique the interest of budding historians, preservationists, art historians - and anyone interested in learning something new. Bring your questions! Zoom link will be sent 2 days before the class begins.

This class is presented by NMC Extended Education. You can register online here or call NMC Extended Education at 231-995-1700 with course ID: 396288947.


The Art Of: _ is a series of programs that help connect the visual arts to broader topics in our busy lives, from coffee to education, The Art Of: _technology, and even death and dying. Programs have included films, panel discussions, hands-on art, and food and drink tastings. Have an idea for a program? Contact Jason Dake at to pitch it.






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The Art of:_ is sponsored in part by Morsels of Traverse City.