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Patrick Cardon

Co-Chairman

Knox Museum

HQ Phone:  (207) 354-8062

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Knox Museum

30 High Street

Thomaston, Maine,04861

United States

Company Description

Knox Museum is actively involved with many schools, everyone from local first thru sixth grade social studies students, to visiting American History scholars from Bowdoin and Thomas Colleges, to Senior College, and participants of special history tours that ar... more.

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Welcome to Montpelier, The General Henry Knox Museum ~ About the Museum

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The educational markers will be modeled after those used for Thomaston's Museum in the Streets, a creation of Patrick Cardon, the museum's co-vice chairman.
He has been a primary contributor to the development of the long-range plan.


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CUSHING (Aug 11): Father and daughter, Patrick and Stephanie Cardon, will present an exhibit of photographs and sculpture Friday - Sunday, August 18 - 20, in the Cushing Historical Society's barn on Hathorne Point Road.Photograph by Stephanie Cardon, one of her series "Cracked Hearthstone" to be exhibited, with sculpture by her father Patrick Cardon, at the Cushing Historical Society barn. While some of his sculptures, such as "Twin Towers," were motivated by emotional reactions to events and personal experiences, Patrick says that most of his work is meant to be whimsical and playful, and he attempts to create contrast, even dissonance, by employing color, texture, movement, or sound.Originally an Egyptologist by profession, Patrick Cardon became a museum manager in the USA, then moved abroad to direct the International Council of Museums.Now a Cushing resident, he is the creator and promoter of "The Museum in the Streets" in Thomaston, and serves on the board of the General Henry Knox Museum.


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