Birding in the Bay Area

This month’s insight is brought to you by Dominik Mosur, Randall Museum Animal Keeper and Birder Extraordinaire. “Birding or birdwatching is many things to many people. For most it is a pleasurable hobby, for some it is an often competitive game and for a few it...

It Takes a Village

Organizationally, the Randall Museum is a public/private partnership between the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and the nonprofit organization, the Randall Museum Friends. Technically, there are only FIVE full-time Randall staff, who are Rec and Park...

A Small Bilingual Art Class with a Significant Community Impact

The Randall Museum offers a diverse array of classes, for almost all ages, organized in season-based quarterly sessions. Most are preregistered weekly classes for a few months at a time. But, one of our more unique learning environments are the drop-in classes that...

Ceramics Self-Discovery

This month I interviewed Tomoko Nakazato, ceramics instructor extraordinaire at Randall Museum and beyond. This month we thoughtfully reflect on the act of creating art with clay and the extensive effects it has on the artist. The topic came to mind as I was thinking...

Are Science Fairs worth all the STRESS?!

As scientific research is constantly changing, so is the nature of science education. Yet one educational method has stood the test of time and continues to be an effective learning tool, the science fair project. I assume that for those who are not scientifically...

An introduction to my brand of Community Engagement

Welcome to the first official Curiosity Piqued blog post! I am starting this blog because communal learning is key for a productive and mutually respectful society. Randall Museum’s model for community engagement is effective and powerful. Also, the Museum is in...
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