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Phillip Aitken '18

Interests: Cycling/ friends/ family/ reading/ art

I am looking forward to learning about the day-to-day museum operations; communicating/relaying information about the museum to incoming visitors and organizing exciting tours for school children. I hope to gain insight on how to maintain a museum from all levels: financially, physically (by means of exhibits and displays) and attracting visitors.  

Phillip Aitken

Phillip Aitken '18

Intern, Joseph Moore Museum

Major: Art History

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