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    Curate Reynolda

Why CurateReynolda? Our staff carefully sort and select (“curate”) content daily to find the most interesting stories to share on our CurateReynolda blog. Follow for behind-the-scenes peeks, insider perspectives, and curious observations from the staff of the Museum.

Curate Reynolda Blog

February 11, 2015
by Julia Hood, Education Coordinator | @LearnReynolda Every February, our Family First Workshop participants make Valentines. This month, I provided a range of collage materials and tools so people...
October 30, 2014
By Brittany Forniotis, WFU Student and former Reynolda education intern | @LearnReynolda Careful observers of Reynolda House...
October 1, 2014
Tweet your comments to @LearnReynolda Julia Hood, Education Coordinator at Reynolda House Museum of American Art, shows you how to make a fish print traditionally called  Gyotaku in Japanese, which...
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June 18, 2014
By Julia Hood, Education Coordinator |@LearnReynolda Have you ever noticed all of the different patterns at Reynolda House? In our June Family First Workshop, we explored repeated patterns and...