- Pre-tweetup excitement and lunch
- — David Mentiply (@DavidMentiply)Thu, Apr 04 2013 13:08:39
- — Meghan MF (@MeghaninMotion)Thu, Apr 04 2013 13:53:55
- — Hilary-Morgan Watt (@bluelikechagall)Thu, Apr 04 2013 14:25:54
- — amhistorymuseum (@amhistorymuseum)Thu, Apr 04 2013 16:46:01Today, we're discussing "tweet-ups" at museums--special tours designed to be tweeted. Follow one with #musesocial tag in 20 min.
- And into collections storage! We enter a large collections storage room including furniture, silver, and other home-related objects.
- — Megan Southwood (@MuseumTrekker)Thu, Apr 04 2013 17:19:34So happy to be on the tour @amhistorymuseum ! Be sure to follow along with us as we bring the collections to you!
- — Meghan MF (@MeghaninMotion)Thu, Apr 04 2013 17:17:01
- Then into the photo studio area to see objects Curator Tim Winkle has brought out of storage for discussion today.
- — Meghan MF (@MeghaninMotion)Thu, Apr 04 2013 17:22:55In former analysis and conservation lab shifted to analysis lab: like flag & textile analysis, solving mysteries of authenticity #musesocial
#musesocial mini-tweetup & twitter chat on april 4, 2013 at @amhistorymuseum
Ten museum professionals, students, and fans, gathered at the National Museum of American History with a mission: a tweetable tour behind the scenes to share the experience with the world and a post-tour chat about how museums can use social media and the tweetup format.