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Ask us anything (about MOCA)

April 25, 2016 // by Jonathan Duck

I remember the first time I had a question about museum work. I was a tender young college student taking my first class or two of a gallery practices course.

This question was incredibly dumb. It made me look bad and feel bad about myself, therefore I will not be sharing it here. (I have to keep my image up, you know.) You might believe there is no such thing as a dumb question. I firmly disagree. Sometimes, though, these questions, can elicit some fascinating answers.

Since my early college days, I have continued to ask those questions, and they have taken me down the “rabbit hole” of museum industry knowledge. I have learned a lot and gotten better at asking questions along the way. I can't say I know everything, but I am always interested in finding out what I don't know.

Ask MOCAjax Chartreuse

Now, we're asking for your questions about museum work. We want to know what you want to know. From these submissions, we will choose the most interesting questions or answers to post on the MOCA Blog. Credit will be given where credit is due, of course.

Please follow these rules for submissions:

  • Email your questions to hellomoca@unf.edu.
  • Type “Ask MOCA Jacksonville” in the subject line.
  • Include your first name, at least, so we can credit you if your question ends up in the MOCA Blog.
  • Do your best to be clear and respectful (nobody likes a troll).

We look forward to seeing where your questions lead us!

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