Date of Award
Museum Studies, M.A.
History and Social Studies Education Department
Dr. Cynthia Conides
Noelle J. Wiedemer
The purpose of this Master’s Thesis Project is to provide insight to important practices in the museum profession in relation to interpreting and exhibiting intangible heritage, and provide detailed steps on incorporating community involvement and participation in a museum setting, specifically for this paper, Centro Culturale Italiano di Buffalo (CCI). Through the practices learned in the Museum Studies MA program, exhibits and programs were designed to suit CCI’s goals. This research resulted in the development of a new mission statement, collections policy and oral history interviews were conducted to assist in their collection and provide CCI with a presence in the community.
Worosz, Michaela, "Interpreting and Presenting Intangible Heritage: Concepts and Designs for the Buffalo Italian-American Heritage Museum" (2018). Museum Studies Projects. 12.