MAS Impacting Education—Adapting to COVID-19

  By Christopher Collier, guest writer of the MAS   On Wednesday, March 11, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Two days later, on Friday, March 13, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency. That same Friday, the Museum of Arts and Sciences shuttered its doors indefinitely. Susan...

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Get To Know Us: MAS Director of Programs, Susan Mays

By Christopher Collier, guest writer of the MAS Welcome back to Get to Know Us, a Q/A series giving readers a personal look into the lives and careers of MAS staff members. Today’s guest is Susan Mays, MAS Director of Programs.   Mays was born in Charleston, South Carolina, but...

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MAS Impacting Education – Working with Woodfield Academy

  By Christopher Collier, guest writer of the MAS   Self-expression through art is everything at Woodfield Academy, a private school in Macon, Georgia for students with learning differences. For the better part of a decade, the students of Woodfield haven’t had to search far and wide for outlets conducive...

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Get To Know Us: MAS Curator of Science, Paul Fisher

  Welcome to Get to Know Us, a Q/A series giving readers a personal look into the lives and careers of MAS staff members. Today’s guest is Paul Fisher, MAS Science Curator.   Fisher was born in Columbus, Ohio, but he’s always been on the move. Fisher’s family moved to...

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MAS Impacting Education – An Introduction

By Christopher Collier, guest writer of the MAS   Educators and civic leaders founded the Museum of Arts and Sciences in 1956, envisioning the expansion and enrichment of the educational opportunities available to Bibb County school children. While the Museum has expanded from a single rented room to a state-of-the-art,...

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