How are you currently involved with the i.d.e.a. Museum?
I am the director of venue relations at Pogo Pass and we work closely with the i.d.e.a. Museum sponsoring exhibits on a regular basis. On a personal level, I enjoy bringing my children in for a creative outlet.

How often do you visit us?
I always try to make it to the new exhibit openings …  and then I usually visit a few more times each year with my kids!

What is your fondest memory at the i.d.e.a. Museum?
One of my favorite memories was during the exhibit It’s A Dog’s Life when you had the veterinary clinic set up (in the gallery) because my daughter stayed for hours, pretending and playing with the animals. And (I) will always remember the way she smiled and looked at each dog!

How has the i.d.e.a. Museum directly impacted you and/or your family’s life?
I love that the i.d.e.a. Museum encourages creativity. We often find ourselves discovering something new in the museum, only to go home and find ourselves recreating the craft or project on our own. I love that it gives each of my children one place to explore their own interests, which are very unique from each other.

What’s your favorite i.d.e.a. Museum exhibition? 
Far Out: Our Solar System and My Favorite Monster

Who is your favorite artist and/or piece of art and why?
I love Mary Blair and her piece “Cinderella Coach.” She is well known for drawing for Disney.

Do you have a favorite quote you can share with us?
“Every day may not be good, but there is good in every day!”- Alice Morse Earle

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