Blockbusters

In the B.C. times (before Covid) (ha ha ha I am actually a dad) May would signal a packed slate of must-see movies coming to theaters, and museums would be gearing up to open their money-making summer exhibitions. Back in those days, we would willingly plunge into a crowd to experience these must-see events. As…

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Advancing Advancement

I posted my first little essay here on July 6, 2020, so we’ve been at this for a little under a year, or 9 months, 1 week and 5 days if you’re being choosy. Appropriately, after this gestation period of growth, Museum Drip apparently birthed something with “Museum Nerds Codified” and has ~blossomed~. This is…

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Pink Collar Blues

I’m aware that crimes against women happen globally daily, weekly, hourly, but in the Western world, I can’t help but feel that the headlines this month have been a really darkly ironic window into what it’s like to be a woman. It’s Women’s History Month, which is why I’m writing posts focused on women in…

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