March 20, 2009
Destinations On Deck
We’re headed into baseball season for my little leaguers, which I guess explains the on-deck analogy – the point being that I wanted to give you a heads up on what the blog will highlight next week.
This is a picture (by Boobooo on Flickr) of the amazing Guggenheim art museum in New York City. This building is a masterpiece in and of itself. You begin your tour on the elevator that takes you to the top. From there you descend this spiraling hallway to view the various galleries. As you read our blog, you’ll notice over and over again how different creative and scientific teams work together to create the places we all love to see. I can just imagine the artistic bent in the designer and architect of this building – it probably rivals that of the artists featured inside.
There are so many fields in which you can excel if you find interest in them, grow in knowledge about them, and pursue them with all your heart. Student tours are a great way to get out there and discover what it is about the world that excites and inspires you. in which glorious corner of it do you want to play a part? Will you paint or write songs? Will you invent tomorrow’s greatest innovation or make awesome scientific discoveries in medical research? When you travel you open your mind to it all, leaving room for all kinds of inspirational magic.
Next week on the blog we’ll highlight some of the most inspirational museums in the country. They’ll span several great cities for educational tours. You’ll soon discover there are very few things you can’t learn more about in some museum somewhere. Hopefully, we’ll change your entire perspective on them!
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