The National Museum of Mathematics, known as MoMath, has a wonderful collection of mathematical exhibits at their museum in midtown Manhattan, and I would recommend anyone to visit.
The museum is currently seeking to improve the quality of the mathematical content descriptions that it has for many of its exhibits — it wants to have descriptions of the exhibits at various levels of mathematical sophistication, such as basic, intermediate and in-depth.
I have been a part of the museum effort in charge of writing these descriptions, and I had suggested to the museum the idea of opening it up to contributions from our enthusiastic and expert community here at math.SE, as a way of crowd-sourcing the project.
Question. Would it be permissible to ask questions here at math.SE focused on producing quality mathematical descriptions of various MoMath museum exhibits, to be used by the museum?
I imagine that each question would be about one exhibit, with photos and basic information, requesting descriptions at the basic, intermediate and advanced level.
I think that this would be a lot of fun for the community, since the exhibits are generally quite interesting mathematically, and I think we have the right expertise here to help out the museum. But I wanted to ask here on meta first, since I recognize that this is not the usual sort of question. Users who make contributions that are used by the museum will be acknowledged in a suitable manner.
There would not be a burdensome number of questions; I could keep it to at most one per day, and probably less often than that.
(Also, in case there is any confusion: the museum is a non-profit organization, and my own advisory work for them is not paid.)
The first question might be about the Square-Wheeled Trike exhibit.