Nov. 6, 2011 at 8:30am
American Museum of Alaskan Entrepreneurship--Art AT WORK MONTHWelcome to the Museum! Enter a world of ASTONISHMENT! Scott R channels the ghost of Leon Theremin. Thanks for supporting local art! Troy's Work Table+Daughter get task training on the Experience Typewriter Project (ETP), Thanks lab assistant Maximilian! These ladies share a genuine antique anvil moment. Ah, I see the Tacoma Urbanist picked up a Tacomic T-Town Tank Top. What better way to say "You are my church, allow me to worship under your flying buttresses" to that special lady in your life. Excelsior! Dave L and family has arrived to stamp some pennies... training wheels removed, the children stamp with confidence. The 100 year old anvil rings true. Now that's an education! Lo, The Museum is not just a blast-in-the-face of one way information. The community brings wonders to be added to the permanent collection. The World's only Open Source museum! [first person view of the Typewriter station] [fold-away tacomic archive station] [upcycled ikea dish drying rack as 24hr comic book day product bin] [table of merch, contact me if you want a shirt!] [Bix's Anti-Nuke Sunflower Gro Kit - point of purchase display] [A real Museum is about Stuff in Jars] The imaginations of Author/Daily Index reporter Todd Matthews and Famous Seattle puppeteer Maggie are captured by the MYSTERY VORTEX--is it a machine? sorcery? Perhaps we will never know. [Rock Collection, removal of sawdust greatly improved with new HFW bellows] [Updated signage, so much savings! ] We would like to thank these local businesses for your support. The AMoAE is made possible by viewers like YOU. Ms. Darcy arrives. "It's 4 PM, the studio tour has come to an end." Good night workbench (made possible by a donation of wood from the Stowe Family) Good night Anvil. Good night Max's Robot Factory! Pausing at the company chalk board, I reflect on the times... oh the times. in period Costume. Let's see how things are wrapping up over in Ms. Darcy's side of the compound shall we? [transitional area] [Lab assistant after a long day] Who wants cheese cake and hot cocoa ?
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by CaptainBritton on 11/6/2011 @ 10:05am
|An inspiring look at the inner workings of team Anderson. Fun for all, for all who dare!|
by NineInchNachos on 11/6/2011 @ 7:04pm
|honored by the visit from Team Sukys!!!|
by Erik on 11/6/2011 @ 8:48pm
|Awesome tour! Thanks for your contribution to the arts!|
by JesseHillFan on 11/7/2011 @ 1:42pm
|You have a great place RR.Haven't seen it though.Thanks for the virtual tour.|
by NineInchNachos on 10/29/2012 @ 9:43pm
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by NineInchNachos on 10/29/2012 @ 9:52pm
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