Dan Spock on First Person Radio

The coming 150th anniversary of the Dakota War is in 2012. There will be observances and memorials planned by Dakota people and their friends and allies.

The Minnesota Historical Society will launch an exhibit, "... opening at the Minnesota History Center in the spring of 2012, {that} will use Minnesota Historical Society collections objects and primary resources to illuminate events leading up to, during and after the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862."
Please join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Miguel Vargas as they discuss the details of the planned exhibit with Dan Spock, project manager of the exhibit. This will be a fascinating discussion that will touch on several areas of one of the most painful parts of Minnesota's past.

KFAI-FM Wednesday, December 14, 2011

9 am to 10 am Central

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And on MIGIZI.org !

Daniel Spock has been in the museum field for 27 years starting as a planetarium guide. Over the course of his career he has worked as an exhibit designer, an exhibit developer, including 13 years at the Boston Children’s Museum, before moving into the realm of administration and public program leadership at the Minnesota Historical Society where his team has produced dozens of exhibitions and programs since 1997. He has consulted and lectured at a variety of museum and learning institutions and has published widely on a variety of museum subjects. Spock has a BA in Art from Antioch College.