Caring for Julia Child's Kitchen
In January 2012, staff and volunteers at the National Museum of American History began packing up Julia Child's legendary kitchen in preparation for its move to a new exhibition focusing on food and wine in America. The kitchen and most of its implements were originally collected from Child's Cambridge, Mass., home in 2001, and put on display at the Museum. In this video, project staff explain the careful process of examining, cleaning, moving, and storing the many parts of this complex artifact. More about the Museum: http://americanhistory.si.edu.This video was created by Areeb Zuaiter, in partnership with the American University School of Communication.