The build continues to come together. Artifacts are being moved into the museum, and the links are being made to the ages and exhibits that are written by Ruby O'Degee.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Monday, January 21, 2013
Ruby is finally able to unpack waterlogged boxes and review the displays that made it through the Hurricane. Her beloved Myst exhibit survived in tact for the most part. The exhibits supported with contributions from IHC are still in crates, but always were. Ruby never found time between all of her distractions to properly display the exhibits in the first place. her procrastination did not please the Diego's, but the Consortium exhibits kept coming anyway. Ruby suspects the Midtown Ladies Guild carbon dating and authentication services can't be duplicated anywhere else.
Ruby always did like the king's burial expedition find and artifacts, but she wonders how it was that Harold Diego removed the stones without interference from agencies in the "dig" area. Then there was the matter of how to ship out the weighted stones and consecrated earth beneath them?
Ruby's intent behind the Myst & Ages Beyond Exhibiit is to encourage visitors to book their own journeys. The books (like they always do) link the vistor to the books, solo expeditions or the cavern in Southwestern, NM.
After so many years of waiting until she could use the age writing tools she gathered, Ruby is now writing her own age, Na'omh Diluvian. Her destiny continues to be shaped by what happens during with the Lakewater Project, but she is delighted to find that the flood waters are subsiding and the Diluvians are moving in (at least for the time being).
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Today Ruby worked hard to find the Midtown museum map. It is slightly waterlogged after being swept into the water by the fall hurricane, but she managed to wring it dry. It is displayed on the gallery wall for visitors, so that they will know what exhibits are where.
The exhibits aren't there yet. The exhibits continue to be unpacked.
Sunday, January 6, 2013
Midtown Arts Museum went public today. It is now open to anyone who chooses to find Kitely on facebook and use some their free minutes to visit the age.
Although the buildings are ready to go, and the story is being written at Devokan, the artifacts are not yet displayed. Display is expected to be done by end of March 2013.
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Completed move by barge from Gee_Artan Isely, Ruby's acestral home. After two long trips across terrains and seas the buildings could not be lifted from the barge, so Ruby used her life savings to buy the barge deck seen here. All buildings remain intact, but a few interior patches are being made to waterproof the construction. The drawbridge still works.