TAM Docents: Info and Updates
I would like to recommend this Third Thursday’s program:
How Things are Built
Thursday, April 16, 6:30 pm
Architectural historian and entertaining storyteller Michael Sullivan takes us on a virtual tour of some of Tacoma’s great moments of architectural ingenuity, structural innovation, and engineering failure.
I went to the 2nd Tuesday talk of the same name and content today and it had some great information and history about Tacoma’s buildings that could be quite useful. It is just plain interesting too.
I have attached a glossary of jewelry terms for you to read through. We have our next required training on Monday, April 27 at LeRoy Jewelry, located at 940 Broadway. If you want to walk over as a group, please be sure you are at the Security entrance at 10:15 am as that will be departure time. Please come prepared to ask questions related to how jewelry is made. You might even want to look through the Ornament as Art Catalog in the ARC or at my desk to get a sense of the jewelry pieces being shown – feel free to copy photos if you want to be able to show something specific to Steph while asking your question. This is a great opportunity so let’s take advantage of it.
Volunteer Programs Coordinator
I just found a website for Neddy nominee Tim Cross and added it to that list of websites that I emailed to you last week. Here is the URL: http://www.timothycross.org/exhibitions.htm. I thought the docents might find this useful.