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Teresa Truelsen — Children’s Museum Tucson

April 13, 2020
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Teresa Truelsen — Children’s Museum Tucson
Artistories

 
 
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Teresa Truelsen

 

Teresa Truelsen (not recent)

 

Courtyard and exterior of the Carnegie Building, current home of the Children’s Museum Tucson

 

A young visitor has fun with Jovert Steel Drum Band at Art After Dark

 

In this episode, we hear from Teresa Truelsen, Director of Marketing at the Children’s Museum Tucson. (Our listeners may notice that this recording sounds a little different than usual. That’s because the KXCI studios are closed in response to CDC guidelines. That said, we’re still working around the clock to prepare new content, so this episode of Aristories was recorded remotely–both Teresa and I recorded from our respective homes. I want to thank all of our listeners for your continued support as we fine-tune.) Teresa tells us about what the staff of the Children’s Museum have been up tp while it has been closed to the public, including exhibit upgrades, posting staff-made content on social media and re-evaluating. Teresa also talks about a family that really exemplifies the value of having the Children’s Museum in our community and how when they were surprised with twin girls, the museum helped them learn how to parent and got their kids kindergarten-ready.  She also tells us a bit about how the Children’s Museum of Tucson came to be, the struggles it’s going through now and how people can help support the Children’s Museum now and when they re-open. (Evening of Play is a night when adults get to drink, eat and enjoy the museum like children–FUN.)

Listen to the full-length podcast by hitting play above (link to the mini below)!


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Children's Museum Tucson,   Early Childhood Education,   parenting,   social distancing,  

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