The Museum of Natural and Artificial Ephemerata

September 25, 2007


What better way to start this blog off than with a reference to the work of the Museum of Natural and Artifical Ephemerata? The MNAE, from its home on the east side of Austin, Texas hosts an impermanent collection of things. With a Benjaminian eye for the inanimate, curators Scott Webel and Jen Hirt do an uncanny job of drawing on varied vaudevillian and museological traditions.

Check out the museum website to learn more about their upcoming SEANCE of the SENSES fundraiser for GHOSTS, opening at the Museum November 3!


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