We have already turned in a number of assignments, and it was fun overcoming some of these barriers. So far I've had to give a presentation, engage in an online discussion and an article analysis on the invention of photography. I am learning so much, so fast. I find this earliest history of the medium fascinating, and looking at and handling daguerreotypes one of the greatest pleasures I've felt. I'm gonna be honest and tell you that seeing how museums operate when it comes to managing their collections is quite challenging, as there are so many rules, procedures and policies that vary not only from institution to institution, but from country to country. The experience I gained at SoHo has been invaluable in familiarising me with many of these things, but the difference in scale is staggering. At the gallery I got to wear many hats and perform a great deal of roles in what I thought were the normal duties of a gallerist, but in the museum setting, these tasks would be carried out buy a small army of specialists. I won't lie, it felt good to know that I could do a bunch of stuff on my own that big museums need a team of swats to accomplish, but then again, much I had to learn on my own at the gallery. Collections Management isn't sexy, but it is highly rewarding to handle so much information.