Even before I started working in St. Andrews this May, St. Andrews has always been one of my favourite places to visit in New Brunswick, especially in the summertime! There is something special about spending time in a quaint little seaside town, and the novelty of spending the summer in St. Andrews is not aContinue reading “Summer Visitors in St. Andrews”
One of the reasons I am most interested in working as a curator once I am done school, is because every day is different and curators are constantly answering questions and researching new things! In saying that, I love it when I am presented with a question to solve. A few weeks ago, Susan (ourContinue reading “The Mystery of Victorian Dining Utensils”
Recently, we have had four ships brought to Covenhoven (and two more on the way) that were a part of Sir Van Horne’s personal collection. These ships have undergone extensive conservation work, and are now on display through Covenhoven. Ship models have been made since antiquity, and often been perceived as toys, hobbies or craftContinue reading “Shipbuilding in St. Andrews”
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