Museum Musings: Day Without Art

Day Without Art

Day Without Art (DWA) began on December 1, 1989 as the national day of action and mourning in response to the AIDS crisis

This was the museum’s 21st “Day Without Art”.

it was a lovely fall day

We weren’t busy today

  • Have you ever tried telling a Japanese speaker that the photo she wants to see is “in storage”?
  • A little boy in fourth grade told me to keep the change
  • “I’m freezing. Can I wear this sweatshirt for an hour and then return it when I leave?” a middle aged woman asked
  • a group of Turkish teenagers taught me how to say hello in Turkish: “Merhaba”.
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We think we need so much, when all we really need is time to breathe. Come walk with me, put one foot in front of the other, and get to know yourself. Please click the link to my blog - below - and leave me a comment. I love visitors.
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2 Responses to Museum Musings: Day Without Art

  1. Merhaba, Rosie! Love the 4th grader who told you “keep the change.”
    What a player — and how about the cheapskate cold lady?? I just love your museum musings!!

    • dearrosie says:

      Merhaba Betty. Thanks for letting me know you enjoy my musings…. There are no words to describe what it feels like when a 4th grader tells you to keep the change, as for cheapskate tourists, sadly they are becoming more plentiful

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