Dioramas, Red-Footed Boobies and Changing Times in Coastal Belize

This is my final blog post related to Carnegie Museum of Natural History, finishing up with a topic that has interested me for the last four-and-a-half years. Natural history habitat dioramas can provide passage to another place, and another time. In 1932 the artisans at Carnegie Museum of Natural History created this habitat diorama “Red … More Dioramas, Red-Footed Boobies and Changing Times in Coastal Belize

Nuanced Opinions Over Burning Ivory

I just read an interesting blog post from National Geographic “Does Destroying Ivory Save Elephants? Experts Weigh In“. Of course, a big public display of destroying artworks made from illegally hunted elephants makes in impact. National Geographic garnered the opinions of thinkers from all over the world, and their perspectives are equally varied. For me, … More Nuanced Opinions Over Burning Ivory