There's more to the Charlotte Museum of History's newest exhibit on the Civil War than meets the eye. Mounting an exhibition takes years of planning and just plain elbow grease. Museum staff and a host of volunteers work together to assemble the exhibit's many kiosks, video stations and display cases; dozens of artifacts, archival documents, broadsides and reproductions are carefully unpacked and examined before being put on view - little known activities that the public never gets to see. Traveling Exhibits Coordinator Kim Graham from the Cincinnati Museum Center along with Charlotte Museum of History's Exhibits Manager Lee Goodan give a behind the scenes tour of this fascinating world of museum exhibits.
Produced by Donald Devet • nowandthenvideo.com
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