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Orrin C. Shane

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Archaeology

36-36 33Rd Street

Long Island City, New York,11106

United States

Company Description

Archaeology magazine is offering curious Web visitors the opportunity to step into a real archaeological dig with its site's InteractiveDigs. The newest InteractiveDig on the site is "City in the Clouds," which uncovers buried treasures in Sagalassos, a classi... more.

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www.archaeology.org

by Orrin Shane and Mine Küçük


www.archaeology.org

by Orrin C. Shane III, and Mine Küçük
Micromorphologist removes a sample from a wall in the old excavation area. (Orrin C. Shane, III/Science Museum of Minnesota) [LARGER IMAGE] Orrin C. Shane III, curator for archaeology at the Science Museum of Minnesota, and Mine Küçük, an archaeologist and exhibit developer living in Istanbul, head the public programming team of the Çatalhöyük Research Project.


www.archaeology.org [cached]

by Orrin C. Shane III, and Mine Küçük Micromorphologist removes a sample from a wall in the old excavation area. (Orrin C. Shane, III/Science Museum of Minnesota) [LARGER IMAGE]Orrin C. Shane III, curator for archaeology at the Science Museum of Minnesota, and Mine Küçük, an archaeologist and exhibit developer living in Istanbul, head the public programming team of the Çatalhöyük Research Project.


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President: Orrin Shane, Portland, Maine.
Orrin grew up in the Midwest, fishing and sailing on Michigan's lakes, and camping out in the deep forests of the Upper Peninsula. Orrin holds degrees from Kalamazoo College and the University of Michigan, and a PhD from Case Institute of Technology. After 38 years' work as a teacher, science museum curator and administrator, Orrin retired in 2004, moving from St. Paul, Minnesota and Washington, DC, to Portland. Orrin's museum career involved research and teaching in environmental anthropology and investigations of ancient and modern human impacts on the environment. As a curator at the Science Museum of Minnesota he was responsible for developing in-house and national touring exhibitions and public programs on cultural, natural history and environmental topics. This ultimately led to two tours of duty as a program director for informal science education at the National Science Foundation. Since 2005 Orrin has worked in private practice as a museum management consultant, with clients in New England and elsewhere.


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Museum and Interpretive Public Programs: Orrin Shane (Science Museum of Minnesota) with Mine Küçük, Tim Ready, Don Pohlman, Joshua Seaver and Leslie Kratz


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