The Park Museum welcomes Holstein Fashion’s EDAM Collection

Dog in tophatBurro in winter clothingPenguin in dressThe Board of Governors of The Park Museum is pleased to announce its association with Holstein Fashion in an upcoming exhibition.

The new exhibition will shine a light on the plight of those who experience enforced domestication. Dorika Pumi, head curator of The Park Museum’s art gallery, will work closely with Holstein Fashion and Designs by Holstein to present Creations from the EDAM Collection.

The designs of the EDAM Collection were created exclusively for The Park’s Enforced Domestication Awareness Month. The Park Museum’s exhibition will show these creations in a unique context. The designs will be showcased with written commentary and experts in the field of enforced domestication, extinction anxiety, and interspecial relations will conduct seminars and Q & A sessions during the exhibition.

Creations from the EDAM Collection will open on August 1, 2016.

A message of thanks from the Board of Governors and Curator

Let's Talk Balls (1)The Board of Governors of The Park Museum and head curator Dorika Pumi wish to express their gratitude to Bailey, The Mammalian Daily’s balls columnist, for his trust and generosity in lending his private collection of balls to the museum for the duration of the upcoming exhibition, Flyball and the Importance of Balls in the Everyday Life of Park Animals.

In addition to this great gift, we have benefitted immensely from Bailey’s work as co-curator of the exhibition. His openness in sharing his vast knowledge of balls, his work ethic, and his loyalty will never be forgotten.

“All Our Lines Are Busy:” An Invitation to The Park Museum’s Music Gallery Fundraiser

The Board of Governors of The Park Museum requests the honour of your presence at a fundraising extravaganza to be held at the museum on the evening of February 29, 2016. 

All our lines are busyAll proceeds from this spectacular night of song, dance, food, and fun, will go toward the completion of the museum’s Music Gallery. Our theme for the evening is “All Our Lines Are Busy.” It is meant to reflect The Park’s vibrant musical community.

Please advise us of your plans to attend by emailing the Board at rsvp@parkmuseum.info. 

The Park Museum gratefully acknowledges the organizational assistance of Thisbe and the Barkettes, Clark Cascanueces, the Canine Music Association, and Chef Tab Tricolore.

Media partner: The Mammalian Daily

The Park Museum welcomes Holstein Fashion’s EDAM Collection

Dog in tophatBurro in winter clothingPenguin in dressThe Board of Governors of The Park Museum is pleased to announce its association with Holstein Fashion in an upcoming exhibition.

The new exhibition will shine a light on the plight of those who experience enforced domestication. Dorika Pumi, head curator of The Park Museum’s art gallery, will work closely with Holstein Fashion and Designs by Holstein to present Creations from the EDAM Collection.

The designs of the EDAM Collection were created exclusively for The Park’s Enforced Domestication Awareness Month. The Park Museum’s exhibition will show these creations in a unique context. The designs will be showcased with written commentary and experts in the field of enforced domestication, extinction anxiety, and interspecial relations will conduct seminars and Q & A sessions during the exhibition.

Creations from the EDAM Collection will open on August 1, 2016.

The Park Museum honours Enforced Domestication Awareness Month

About The Park Museum

The Park Museum opened on 1 March 2015. The Museum is located in the Central Square of The Park.

The architectural design of the new museum was decided by competition.  The Board of Governors of The Park Museum chose the firm of Fleck + Stone to design the Museum. Click here to read the announcement.