1. Destination: The Local Museum

    Destination: The Local Museum By Michelle Standiford, Graphic Designer~ I enjoy seeing the many people who come to the Loveland Museum.  The majority of our visitors are returning guests who come for joy of the familiar and the excitement of something new in the galleries. But there are also the ne…Read More

  2. Are you smarter than an art history major?

    Are you smarter than an art history major? By Erika Lehman, Marketing Coordinator~ As the marketing coordinator for the Loveland Museum (and Rialto Theater Center), I'm often labeled as a "business person." I can see why. I'm a self-proclaimed spreadsheet jockey with an extroverted personality and …Read More

  3. Sense of Exploration

    Sense of Exploration By Jenni Dobson, Curator of Education ~ The staff at the Loveland Museum are always brainstorming new ways to create interactive experiences for our guests, especially to engage our younger visitors. Our main-stays of museum interaction have included the GW sugar factory-worker…Read More

  4. The Inside Scoop on The Art Advocacy Project

    The Inside Scoop on The Art Advocacy Project (TAAP) 2015 By Kimber Kreutzer, Business Services Coordinator ~ If you’ve recently taken a stroll along 4th Street in Downtown Loveland, you might have noticed that several new sculptures adorn the sidewalks between Jefferson Ave. and Garfield Ave. Fa…Read More

  5. Art All Around Us

    Art All Around Us By Maureen Corey, Curator of Art ~ Four of five times a year, the Main Gallery, where we display larger art exhibits, is closed for two weeks while a new exhibit is installed. Although there are often other art exhibits on view in our two smaller galleries, visitors who arrive du…Read More

  6. B-O-O-K-S. What’s that spell? Fun! No wait. Books…which are fun!

    B-O-O-K-S. What’s that spell? Fun! No wait. Books…which are fun! By Tegan Hollen, Office Support Specialist ~ One thing I love just as much as I love museums is reading. I usually can’t go anywhere unless I have at least three books with me – you know, to make sure I always have one that I …Read More

  7. History through the Eyes of a Second Grader

    History through the Eyes of a Second Grader By Jenni Dobson, Curator of Education ~ “Grandma, did you go to a school like that in 1800?” “Honey, I wasn’t alive yet in the year 1800.” “You weren’t?”  The conversation above was similar to one overheard by a volunteer. It was between …Read More

  8. My Favorite Collection Object

    My Favorite Collection Object By Susan Ison, Cultural Services Director ~ Ali’s blog article last week is a good segue into what I would like to feature this week—my favorite object. I have been Cultural Services Director for many years, but when I first started at the Museum I was Collections …Read More

  9. Meet the Collection

    Meet the Collection By Alison Seeberger, Museum Registrar ~ The job of a registrar is weird, and often confusing. What is this? Where did it come from? Essentially, my job is to make sure we know what is in the collection – what it’s made of, where it is, and whether or not it’s being stored…Read More

  10. Mike's Texaco sign

    Crazy for Signs

    Crazy for Signs By Jennifer Cousino, Curator of History at the Loveland Museum/Gallery ~ I’m crazy for signs!  One of the very first things I worked on when I started at the Museum 19 years ago was to help redo the Great Western Sugar Company exhibit. It was our goal to make the exhibit have the …Read More