Case Study: Curiosity And Wonder

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Curiosity and Wonder: Design & Interpretation in the Museum
Dru Colbert

This class presented many real world challenges, the biggest of which was the overlapping project deadlines. At one point in the term, I was working on a group project and two other independent projects. All projects were due by the end of term, but due to their complexities, some would need more time than others.

The first project was to construct curiosity cabinet which served as some of the first museum’s hundreds of years ago. I really liked this project, and even though most people finished the project in two weeks, I spent the most time on this project out of all of them totaling around 50 hours. The sculpture was a paper mache tree with decorated interior to compliment
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