Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 AM-5:00 PM. Closed Through January 31, 2022
Science Gallery Mediator
2020 Graduate of the University of Michigan with a BA in Art and Design and a Concentration in Physiology.
Hollyann Stewart is a Science Gallery mediator at the MSU Museum, and her primary responsibility is to talk to visitors about the current Science Gallery exhibit at the Museum "Tracked & Traced".
Learn more about Hollyann
Where are you from? Canton, Michigan
What is your major and academic year? I graduated from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor in May of 2020 with a BA in Art and Design and a Concentration in Physiology.
What interested you in your position at the MSU Museum? I applied to be a Science Gallery Mediator because I am passionate about the intersections between art and science. I was excited about the opportunity to talk with visitors about how these fields connect, as well as to create both traditional and digital artwork. It’s particularly interesting to now be working at the MSU Museum, where so much science and culture lives.
How long have you been working with the MSU Museum? I’ve been working with Science Gallery since the summer of 2020, and I started working with the MSU Museum this September when the "Tracked & Traced" exhibition opened.
What is your favorite part of your work? I absolutely love talking with people of all different ages and backgrounds about the exhibits. I especially enjoy seeing how kids react to the gallery.
What is your favorite exhibit at the MSU Museum? Not to be biased, but I think "Tracked & Traced" is a very cool exhibit! I haven’t had a chance to check out the others, but I would probably love the dinosaurs and other animals that are on display.
What do you do in your free time? In my free time, I like drawing, watching sitcoms, playing cards, and reading about anatomy and physiology.
What is your dream job? My dream job would be working at a children’s museum where I could teach kids about science and art through engaging projects and experiments.