All posts tagged Dinah Cardin

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PEMcast 008.3: The Crushers

In this episode of the PEMcast we conclude our three part Historic House Crush series with a conversation with Karina Waters, who has taken her love of historic structures to the next level …

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Historic house keeping

How do you clean a historic house filled with irreplaceable artifacts? The answer is, carefully, and with professional help. This summer, museum staff worked to give Yin Yu Tang, a …

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PEMcast 008.2: Building Stories

In the last episode of the PEMcast, we explored an historic downtown Salem that almost wasn’t when the wrecking ball of urban renewal loomed over our little city in the …

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PEMcast: Episode 008.1

The same day that shortsighted city planners allowed New York’s Beaux-Arts style Penn Station to be demolished, the front page of the New York Times told of the impending demolition …

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PEMcast 006: Getting outside

I swear, in the months leading up to the release of this episode of the PEMcast, which we’re calling Getting Outside, we had no idea that temperatures would reach 60 …

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Building our Native American program

For those of us who have worked closely over the years with the amazing visiting museum professionals and students in our Native American Fellows program, we are thrilled with the …

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Exploring a historic panorama

The world’s second tallest tower is soon to officially open in Shanghai, and with it, a sky-bound branch of China’s Guanfu Museum. To celebrate, several departments at PEM have been …

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PEMcast 005: Epic American

(Download a pdf transcript) In this episode of the PEMcast, we examine the life of one of America’s most famous 20th century artists, who you may not have even heard …

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PEMcast 004: Good as Gould

(Download a pdf transcript) Our exhibition In Plain Sight: Discovering the Furniture of Nathaniel Gould may be closed, but that doesn’t mean Gould’s legacy doesn’t live on. In this episode …