Did you know Michelangelo Pietà was attacked in 1972? Ever wonder why it’s behind glass at the Vatican? My latest […]
My latest review is now live on Mainly Museums. I feature the Thomas Edison Center at Menlo Park. Go check […]
Van Gogh Immersions are this summer’s blockbuster exhibitions. Currently, New York City boasts two competing experiences; Immersive Van Gogh and Van Gogh: […]
“You have to go out, but you don’t have to come back.”- unofficial motto of the U.S. Life-Saving Service Heading […]
My latest article, “Washington Rallying the Troops at Monmouth: A Window into Nineteenth-Century Domestic Domains,” is published! You can read […]
Colonial Williamsburg transports visitors back in time to the eighteenth-century capital city of the largest American colony. As the Colony […]
My trip to Jamestown, Virginia.
Last month, I visited the Museum of Modern Art for the first time.
Hope this note finds you safe, warm, and filled with holiday cheer. I’m elated to share that my research on […]
A few weeks ago, I drove to Philadelphia to visit the Barnes Foundation. The art museum is located on the […]
I am excited to share that Mary’s Musings is featured on The After Dinner Mint Show with Gracie Autumn! On […]
2019 was the last time I stepped foot in a museum as a visitor. If we want to get technical, […]
Hello readers! My name is Mary Manfredi. I’m a recent graduate from Villanova University’s Master’s in History Program. In my […]
In 1894, Berthe Morisot used her paintbrush to produce a frequent sight, a young girl practicing the violin. In Violin (Julie […]