Tuesday, September 1, 2009


In my mind, September has always been the end of the summer. I think it has to do with spending so many years in school, and now working for a university. But the grass in the arboretum is still green and various individuals are out there enjoying it. Like this guy:
African tortoise zoomed

He's an African tortoise from the Biology department and lives in the Science Building, next door to our building. He was out today, getting some air and nomming some apples.

But I spend most of my time inside. Yesterday we were playing with the gallery furniture, testing out various arrangements in preparation for our opening exhibit. The mobile walls are really versatile! It was amazing to see the different ways in which our (more or less) rectangular gallery can be set up with the walls. Here's one view:

It's really astounding to think of how far we've come since we started this blog nearly two years ago (wow! has it been that long already?). I'm really looking forward to seeing the exhibit up in the space. I think it's going to be really great.


jlevinso said...

Hi! What company did you order your walls from? The gallery photos look really great!

Thanks, Jan

Central Washington University said...

We have a few college students online from college of University of Denver and we love your blog postings,so well add your rss or newsfeed for them,Thanks and please post us and leave a comment back and well link to you.Thanks Jen , Blog ManagerCentral Washington University

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