Busy as a BCM Volunteer
Volunteers at Work
The museum doors are closed to visitors, but our volunteers and staff are hard at work getting the museum in tip-top shape for our reopening. There is so much behind-the-scenes work that goes into each and every one of our exhibits. We are so lucky here at BCM to have amazing volunteers that give their time to put up and take down each piece. Thank you to all of our volunteers, but especially those pictured here. (L-R: John Lange, Richard Carr and Jan Mullikin)
To become a BCM volunteer, visit: http://www.bcmuseum.org/support-us/volunteer/be-a-volunteer.
BCM will reopen on Tuesday, Feb. 4 2020.
Coming Soon!
From Faith to Fashion:
The Role of the Bead
The Holiday Toy Trains have departed and we're clearing space for a new exhibit on one of the oldest art forms in existence - the art of beading. Ancient cultures and civilizations used beads as currency, religious symbols and works of art. American Indians and other cultures expressed their faith and illustrated their world using things such as quills, bones, shells or feathers and later glass. Today, beads are a connection to our past. Please join us on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020 as we debut From Faith to Fashion: The Art of the Bead. The exhibit will run through May 10.
Beaucoup Beads
BCM Curator of Collections Jason French gives us a sneak peek at some pieces from our upcoming exhibit, "From Faith to Fashion: The Role of the Bead," including a fly swatter, a first-born blanket and a ration coupon bag. The exhibit will open Feb. 4, 2020.

Please subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook to see Jason's latest discoveries at BCM. Click on image to watch video.
Innovative Ignite Interns
A group of senior scholars from the Ignite Institute have been working collaboratively with BCM Curator of Collections Jason French on some exciting, innovative projects at BCM. Some of these include building a robot, an archives server to organize our collections and even a BCM video game taking place in our region during the Ice Age. "I like how much creative freedom we have," says student intern Hunter.

The seniors are studying the career pathways of computer science, biomedical science and engineering at Ignite Institute in Erlanger, KY. We are eager to see what their young minds will devise!
(Pictured here: Nick Brinthaupt, Hunter McClurg, Jason French, Peyton Provancher and Mallory Clapp. Not pictured: Emma McAndrews)
Get Your Ticket Now for the
2020 Two-Headed Calf Awards
The 2020 Two-Headed Calf award recipients will be honored at an awards dinner and gala at 6 p.m., Thursday, April 9 at Northern Kentucky University's Votruba Student Union Ballroom. The event will include dinner, cocktails, live music, a silent auction, raffles and free parking, in addition to the fun awards celebration. All-inclusive tickets are $100 per person or $800 for a table of eight.  For reservations, call 859-491-4003 or email Executive Director Laurie Risch at  lrisch@bcmuseum.org .
Spring Internship Opportunity at BCM
College juniors and seniors majoring in communications, journalism, marketing and related fields -- here's your chance to get hands-on, professional experience while you are still in school. Behringer-Crawford Museum has an opening for a paid communications intern funded by the Scripps Howard Foundation.

Click  HERE  to learn more about how you can build your resume in a professional, non-profit environment! Undergraduate students at the junior or senior level from the University of Cincinnati (UC), Xavier University (XU), Northern Kentucky University (NKU) or Miami University (Miami) majoring in communications, marketing, and/or public relations are eligible to apply.
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Behringer-Crawford Museum is supported in part by our members;
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