The Smithsonian is coming to Harford County and you can become a part of the excitement. The Hosanna School Museum is looking for students, grades 8 -12, who are interested in serving as youth curators. In this role, participating students will be trained in how to interview local tradition bearers and will work with museum staff to create their own exhibition using digital technology that will complement the Smithsonian’s Journey Stories exhibit. The Journey Stories Youth Oral History Project is a partnership between the Harford County Public Library and Hosanna School Museum and has been made possible by the Maryland Humanities Council and Museum on Main Street, collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and State Humanities Councils nationwide.
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