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Michelle DelCarlo

  • What I do, where I work

  • I am a recent graduate from the University of Washington’s Museology Graduate Program. I also have a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Affairs.

    I have been holding my own brand of participatory pop-up museums since April 2011. I am passionate about building community and creating conversation between people of all ages and walks of life.

  • Current position

  • Conversation Creator at The Pop-Up Museum

Earlier positions

  • STEM & Sustainability Service-Learning Liaison at The Carlson Leadership and Public Service Center, University of Washington

  • Visitor Services Associate at The World Forestry Center Discovery Museum

  • Volunteer Services Assistant at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

Website(s)

  • More about me

  • The Pop-Up Museum

    The Pop-Up Museum

    Case Study

    by Michelle DelCarlo Published June 20 2012

    The concept of The Pop-Up Museum is that, based on a theme, people are invited to exhibit their own objects and share their own stories. It is a traveling community event, the goal being to create conversation between people of all ages and walks of...

  • DIY Pop-up Museum

    DIY Pop-up Museum

    Case Study

    by Michelle DelCarlo Published April 14 2011

    The Do-It-Yourself Pop-up Museum is an idea I came up with while pondering community development, collaborative relationships, and the creation of meaningful and relevant experiences. As a Museology graduate student, I am curious about all of these...