Field Trip to Skip Maisel’s Indian Jewelry and Crafts Store to see Maisel’s Murals – November 3, 2018
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Field Trip to Skip Maisel’s Indian Jewelry and Crafts Store to see Maisel’s Murals – November 3, 2018

Nov. 3 Field Trip to “The Maisel’s Murals 1939” Join us on a field trip to Skip Maisel’s Indian Jewelry and Crafts store, 510 Central Ave SE (Downtown Albuquerque)  on Saturday, Nov 3. Paul Secord, the author of the book “The Maisel’s Murals 1939” will be our tour director. There are 17 murals from 11 different artists. To quote Paul, “…The murals … Continue reading

A Physical/Digital Learning Environment
Exhibit / Museum

A Physical/Digital Learning Environment

A physical/digital playful learning environment for a New Mexico Historic Site Jonathan Lee, NMHU, USA, Simone Seagle, New Mexico Highlands University / Cultural Technology Lab, USA, Miriam Langer, New Mexico Highlands University, USA Abstract In the spring of 2015, an advanced exhibition design class from New Mexico Highlands University’s Media Arts & Technology Department redesigned … Continue reading

GUI Development
Americorps / Exhibit

GUI Development

GUI stands for Graphical User Interface and is pronounced “gooey.” This term was created in the 1970’s to distinguish text based user interfaces from those that contain windows, icons and buttons. Today almost all user interaction uses a GUI, from your computer to phone or tablet. These icons and buttons that are clicked or touched … Continue reading

3D Printed Exhibit
Exhibit / PICT

3D Printed Exhibit

Along with the new colors and artifacts, the PICT program is also creating new state-of-the-art exhibits. Craig Cassidy was inspired by some simple buliding blocks that were available to children to create their own pueblo village. Craig expanded this idea, and used modern technology to make his dream happen. The village of Kuaua was created … Continue reading