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Inside Capitol Training
While Colonial Williamsburg is temporarily closed and tentatively scheduled to reopen March 30, we’ve curated a landing page of behind-the-scenes posts, biographical facts you didn’t know before, projects we’re working on, and educational resources. Here’s an account from a recent training at the Capitol.
Behind Our New Virtual Tours
Each year, one talented applicant is selected to be a Colonial Williamsburg 3D Visualization fellow (made possible in part by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities). This year’s honor went to Rob Cloutier, a professional 3D animator and consultant from Maryland. For the last few weeks, …
Tales from the Public Gaol
It is the summer of 1752 and John Sparks, a convicted murderer, sits sweating in his cell at the Public Gaol in Williamsburg awaiting his destiny at the gallows. Perhaps his mind races with images of himself in his final moments at the end of the rope as a crowd …