If a museum were putting together an exhibit about your life, what personal object would help tell that story?
A Pop-Up Museum is a temporary exhibit created by you to share objects and stories. Think of it as a community show and tell. Choose one personal object that tells people something about who you are and helps illustrate the story of your life.
The only restriction is that you cannot use your phone or tablet as your object. Here are just a few examples of what you can bring: a photograph, favorite book, childhood memento, family heirloom, collectible, article of clothing or something you made. Be creative and think about objects you own that help to tell your personal story, something you want others to know about you. The difficult part will be choosing just one.
Keep in mind that the Pop-Up Museum is open to the public. You will be responsible for your object for the duration of the Pop-Up. Think carefully about whether or not you want to bring in something that has high personal or monetary value––those items might be better off at home. For more information contact Sarah Salto at ssalto@LCFPD.org.