Ask the Curator is a weekly presentation, covering topics from Mina Edison to Ford cars. Upcoming programs include:
March 20th: Want to know more about historic quilts? Join Historic Textile Specialist and Edison Ford Staff Member, Lars Cain, as he leads a discussion on historic quilts and the artisans behind them.
March 27th: Was Edison an expert telegrapher? Come join Education Manager, Pearce Augustenborg, as he explains Morse code and demonstrates how the telegraph system worked.
April 3: What happens when you flip a light switch? Join Edison Ford Site Historian, Phil Chase, for an “electrifying presentation” on early Edison lighting.
April 10: Did Edison invent Portland cement? Join Chief Curator, Brent Newman, for some “heavy conversation” regarding Edison’s contributions to the cement industry.
April 17: Can you hear me now? Join Curatorial Registrar, Matt Andres, as he talks about some of Edison’s earliest phonographs.
April 24: How do you start a Model T Ford? Join Automotive Curator, James Moss, as he demonstrates how to start one of America’s most iconic cars. (Live Demonstration)
Cost: Edison Ford Members: Free; non-members: included with admission.