The museum’s Websterscapes gallery is open

17 Feb

The Webster Museum’s brand-new user-generated photo gallery, Websterscapes, is now open, and already features some stunning images.

Here’s your chance to show off your photography skills, and put them on display for all to see. Get out there are take some landscape photos, then send one or two of your favorites to the museum by emailing photos@webstermuseum.org. Or if you’ve captured one of our town’s beautiful landscapes on canvas, send along a photo of that.

You can also upload your submissions to the Webster Museum website. Please remember to identify the location of each photo.

Photos will be added regularly, so visit the gallery often to see the beautiful townscapes. Then stay a while and poke around the rest of the website. I say a while, because I just did that myself and definitely went down a rabbithole checking out several of the features in Phil Marr’s new blog section. Of particular interest is an old video explaining how a dial phone operates. I found it fun. And having seen at Community Arts Day how kids have no idea how to operate a dial phone, this might be something you should show them.

The website also has a section just for kids, which is updated regularly. This is another great resources to help keep kids entertained this week, and they won’t even realize they’re learning something.

Check it all out at the Webster Museum’s website.

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One Response to “The museum’s Websterscapes gallery is open”

  1. Kathy Taddeo February 17, 2021 at 10:01 am #

    Terrific post, Missy. Thank you for all you do to keep us in the news. I especially like your shout-out to Phil Marr and his constant surprises on the website he keeps for us. He’s a real treasure!

    Kathy

    Sent from my iPhone

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