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Jeff Sewell at Moulton Museum

Moulton Museum + Jeff Sewell proudly presents “Back to the Ranch” an exhibit preserving the living history found in Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park. Moulton Museum will be opening Jeff Sewell’s “Back to the Ranch” exhibit on March 9th – June 29th. The opening reception will be held on March 9th at Nellie’s Gallery… Read More Jeff Sewell at Moulton Museum

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Dana Point History

Spanish Mission Padres with hides being thrown over Dana Point cliffs (1769-1821), Coutesy of First American Company Richard Henry Dana III (1851-1931) The Pilgrim replica tall ship is based off of Richard Henry Dana, Jr. journey mentioned in his novel “Two Years Before the Mast.” Dana made two visits to Dana Point in 1835 to… Read More Dana Point History

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Interviewing a Historian Entrepreneur: Jennifer Keil

When we think of entrepreneurship, we usually think of products to sell, direct services to provide, or some sort of liaison role. In a way, entrepreneurship incorporates each of these aspects, but is not limited to them. Sometimes entrepreneurship is more creative, educational, or foundational. Entrepreneurship is all about having market alertness, finding a need,… Read More Interviewing a Historian Entrepreneur: Jennifer Keil

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Moulton Museum

Join us this Sunday, October 2nd from 12-6pm for the Laguna Hills Heritage Day! We are celebrating the 30th anniversary of incorporation of the city. We have been collaborating with the Moulton Family since 2017. They owned Rancho Niguel in Orange County. It comprised nearly 22,000 acres. Moulton Ranch is now expanded into other parts… Read More Moulton Museum

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Curating 1874

We love the etymology of museum terms!  We are curating 1874: Into the West at the Moulton Museum. Join us at the Moulton Ranch Center where we will be opening the Moulton Museum! We will be showcasing our exhibition “1874: Into the West” film with tours of our new museum. We are featuring the Wells Fargo… Read More Curating 1874

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Preservation Month

It’s been an incredible Preservation Month! The National Trust for Historic Preservation designated the month of May to raise awareness of America’s historic sites to celebrate the “diverse and unique heritage of our country’s cities and states.” 70 Degrees is excited to showcase some of our clients’ projects. We use digital technologies to archive, preserve,… Read More Preservation Month

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Southwest Oral History Association 2022 Conference

Jennifer participated in the 2022 Southwest Oral History Association Conference that was held April 1-3, 2022. The theme for the 40th conference was “The Memories Matter: Oral History, Hope, and Community.” Keil presented California Community Oral History on April 1, 2022 at 2:15-3:15 PM via Zoom. Jennifer shared how 70 Degrees archives, preserves, and exhibits… Read More Southwest Oral History Association 2022 Conference

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Your Place in the Multiverse: Jean Lowe

Step into an artist’s world which is staged from familiar, commercial storefronts to grandiose household décor. Jean Lowe uses primarily craft materials including papier-mâché to transform this gallery into an immersive experience. Lowe’s work has been created over the last twenty years. While visiting, make sure to watch the gallery film featuring Lowe’s portrayal of… Read More Your Place in the Multiverse: Jean Lowe