The following museums and organizations are now ASTC members:
Imagination Playground, New York, New York
Imagination Playground is the creator of play spaces designed around child-directed, unstructured free play, comprised of the Big Blue Blocks that were such a hit at ASTC 2014. (The blocks will be returning to ASTC 2015!)
Cultural Assets Consulting, Henderson, Nevada
Founder & principal Hollis Gillespie has been active at ASTC’s Annual Conference and offers management consulting and museum planning/feasibility studies.
Pathfinders Design + Technology, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
A past ASTC Annual Conference exhibitor, Pathfinders Design and Technology creates education and entertaining wood science kits.
International Museum of Art and Science (IMAS), McAllen, Texas
IMAS opened in 1969 and aims to “promote a deeper appreciation for the arts and sciences through its exhibitions, cultural events, and educational programs.”
Gulf of Main Research Institute (GMRI), Portland, Maine
GMRI focuses on stewarding the ecosystem, cultivating science literacy, supporting sustainable seafood, and strengthening coastal communities in the Gulf of Maine bioregion.
Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California
The Computer History Museum’s goal is to preserve and present stories and items from the information age. They also offer virtual versions of many of their exhibits.
Bill Peters Consulting
Alexander Zwissler Consulting
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