DEARBORN — Experts from area museums will make themselves available for an online question and answer session Sept. 18 as part of the national "Ask a Curator Day" movement.
Ask a Curator Day brings together experts from museums and galleries around the United States to answer questions on art, history and science.
The Henry Ford has several curators available to answer questions throughout the day. Participants include Jeanine Head Miller, curator of domestic life and leisure; Donna Braden, curator of public life and lead experience developer; Kristen Gallerneaux, curator of communications and information technology; Ellice Engdahl, manager of Digital Collections Initiative; Catherine Tuczek, curator of education and K-12 programs; Rebecca Bizonet, Ford collaborative archivist; and Brian Wilson, digital processing archivist.
Residents can submit questions to any of the participating museums via Twitter by using the hashtag #AskaCurator. You can ask questions to specific museums using the @MUSEUMNAME or you can ask general questions using #AskaCurator.
For more information, call The Henry Ford at 313-982-6001, or the Arab American National Museum at 313-582-2266.
The complete list of participating museums is available online.