Paradise Valley family launches museum exhibition

From left is Austin Wright, mother Pamala Wright-Keiper and Mackenzie Wright, of Paraidse Valley and New York City at The George Bush Presidential Cuenter Opening SMU, Dallas. (submitted photo)

From left is Austin Wright, mother Pamala Wright-Keiper and Mackenzie Wright, of Paraidse Valley and New York City at The George Bush Presidential Cuenter Opening SMU, Dallas. (submitted photo)

On Saturday, Feb. 27, Austin Wright and his sister Mackenzie Wright of Paradise Valley, and New York City, co-founders of The Museum of Democracy were honored to participate in their first exhibit of 2016 at The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas.

“The Path to the Presidency” exhibition, was opened by former President George W. Bush and Lorne Michaels, Television Producer known for creating the hit show Saturday Night Live, according to a press release.

The opening included a presentation of “Live from Dallas, it’s Saturday Night“. The exhibit features numerous items from the The Wright Family Collection, The Museum of Democracy, the release stated.

It features landmark elections of the past along with exhibits showing how new technology and cultural advances are changing the way leaders are elected.

The Wright Family Collection, The Museum of Democracy, consists of the largest most comprehensive collection in the world of American Political and Historical memorabilia — over 1.2 million objects. MOD also has two additional 2016 exhibitions in formation, both expected to open in September 2016: A New York Historical Society exhibition–American Presidential Campaigns and Political Thought of the 60’s and 70’s; and another with the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas–A Retrospective Look at The Road to The Presidency.

For information visit www.museumofdemocracy.org

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