For most, going to work and completing the tasks assigned to us are things we do out of the public's eye. Now, our coworkers are usually partially or totally aware of what's going on (depending upon their level of nosiness, that is), but the community generally isn't observing our work on a day-to-day basis. Unless you happen to manage a professional baseball team, but that's a whole different story. This unintended job secrecy leads to a tremendous amount of curiosity -- what happens in all of these office buildings in the area, and how do those jobs get done? While it might not be super-exciting to learn how a loan originates, for example, watching how an art restorer tackles a task has to be more thrilling than sitting in front of a glowing screen all day. This summer, in the Main Exhibition Galleries of the Saint Louis Art Museum in Forest Park... More >>>