Secretary Wayne Clough paid a visit to OEC last week to view the production process of the latest Museum on Main Street exhibit: The Way We Worked. The exhibit was developed by MoMS and is based on a collection of photographs from the National Archives. The Way We Worked takes a close look at the important role work plays in American lives and how our workforce has changed over time. Five copies of the exhibit were produced at OEC and began shipping out to small towns across America at the end of August.
Being from a small town himself, the Secretary spoke about how important cultural programing like traveling exhibitions are for rural Americans. He also mentioned how impressed he was with OEC’s handiwork. It was a pleasure to share our work with the Secretary and an exciting way to wrap up the production of another terrific MoMS exhibit.
Robbie Davis of MoMS assembles TWWW in preparation for the Secretary's visit.
Secretary Clough viewing TWWW.
Secretary Clough poses for a photo at the entrance of TWWW.
Secretary Clough talking with modelmakers Jon Zastrow and Danny Feilding about the fabrication process of TWWW.