Graduate Capstone (Spring 2015)
- Assisted the curator and education director at the Williamson Museum in creating new “traveling trunks,” a traveling exhibit, and accompanying TEKS-aligned educational materials.
UT Libraries (Spring 2015)
- Construct a “crowd-sourced memories map” in support of UT Libraries’ Hurricane Katrina 10 Year Anniversary event under the supervision of Jennifer Hecker and professor Unmil Karadkar
The Williamson Museum (Fall 2014)
- Wrote a grant application to the Chisholm Trail Community foundation for the Williamson Museum in Georgetown, TX
- Conduct a broad preservation needs assessment for the curatorial collections at the Williamson Museum
- Complete digitization of the Harry Ransom Center’s Nicholas Ray Collection (about 115 reels). This collection was problematic due to the severe deterioration of its reels and the wide variety of brands.
- Digitize audio from the Harry Ransom Center’s Jack Kerouac Collection, a set of 70 audiocassettes.
- Create and maintain content on the Harry Ransom Center’s sound recordings wiki
- Write a faux grant application for the NHPRC for a large-scale audio digitization project within a large art museum (modeled after the Walker Art Center)
- Dry-cleaning, mending, and flattening of mid-19th century manuscripts from the Briscoe Center for American History’s Natchez Trace Collection
- Humidification and flattening of over 200 architectural drawings from the Alexander Architectural Archive of varying media and supports