I did enjoy visiting all of the museums in Germany and Czech Republic. I found that the museum visits helped me appreciate the art in Germany and Czech Republic. One art experience I enjoyed was at the Zwinger Museum in Dresden, Germany. I loved all the paintings there. Each painting was unique, but you could pick out similarities in them too.
It is important to understand and appreciate all of the different types of art and artists that there are in this world. Sotheby’s was a beautiful museum, with amazing art, and I know for a fact I will be returning to this wonderful museum when a new exhibit arrives.
Museums are shaped by society as a place where it is known to be silent. As soon as people that visit the museum enter, they are greeted by silence, which is only followed by the footsteps of people walking on the marble floor. This silence is constructed upon the steady historical conventions and veneration for the remembrance, education, and facts museums provide that cast the museum niche in society. Although the museum does become a part of society, it does not mean society should become a part of the museum. If a museum commercializes itself, society will destroy what the museum stands for.
Amanda pleads with her to open it. Besides her words differing somewhat from the play text, she does not try to stall Jim and Tom by calling out lyrically, "Coming! Just one second." Laura's meeting with Jim at the door is just as I imagined it while reading the play, his demeanor casual and friendly, and her shyness painfully obvious. After entering the house Tom goes out on the terrace, but he does not light his cigarette before going out as the play directs, and he also continues to read his paper once he is on the terrace, which the play says nothing about.
It is one of the first pieces of artwork that visitors of the museum come across. The work presents a spacious atmosphere, not only on the ground floor but in the ceiling, through its usage of a dome-shaped glass ceiling. This in turn helps radiate natural-light throughout its lobby floor, which is important because it is the location of the information/welcome desk and is the first thing visitors see upon entrance. Furthermore, the artwork contains floral decoration pieces, ancient pillars and moldings, which are located throughout the walls. The Hall is mostly comprised of gray-color space which allows for the colorful floral decorations and other objections, become more noticeable.
It is surrounded by many other artifacts from ancient Greece and Rome. As your eyes move across the room, catching a glint of gold here and pearly white marble there, it’s very easy to become overwhelmed for a moment. As I reached the top of the stairs, it was evident that the staging of this magnificent piece was carefully planned. The staff of the museum undoubtedly wants this piece seen by each and every visitor. The exhibit itself is well done.
They eventually said out loud, “Please leave” and foot steps were heard walking out of the house and no other events occurred. While the story was told, there were many pauses while the storyteller tried to remember details of the haunting. She made few gestures; the majority of the story involves separate actions performed by the ghost without a constant plot. This fragmented tale left little in the form of suspense and presented the tale as a factual occurrence and not merely a performance being put on by the teller. While looking into other acc... ... middle of paper ... ...ween the house that he loved so much and a burning desire to continue living there.
Her hair was not gong to show in the store… She was there in the store for him to look at, not those others” (6.31). Joe’s jealousy traps Janie, keeping her from being free to express her true self. Taking away her greatest display of beauty prevents her from having her own identity as a beautiful woman. Janie’s life became so confined, “she sat and watched the shadow of herself going about tending the store and prostrating itself before Jody, while all the time she herself sat under a shady tree with the wind blowing through her hair and her clothes” (7.5). Janie was so restrained by Joe’s jealousy she could only find freedom in her thoughts.
This is great because when a character is not feeling too great and is trying hide something, the reader knows this, and therefore the reader knows everything that is happening; nothing is being hidden from the reader. An example of this happening is when Mina is at the insane asylum and is worried sick about something happening to Jonathan Harker. Mina hides all that she feels when Jonathan Harker is near her. All that Mina is feeling is written by herself, and what, how she is feeling is ready for a reader to examine because they are able to see her diary. If Mina's diary was not open to the reader, or if Someone was telling of what he or she saw, the observation could be false and the reader would lose valuable information that would be valuable to the whole plot of the book.
As a result of the spacing there is a feeling of relaxation. The stairs are overwhelmingly huge, with each step occupied by a person enjoying the nice weather. The idea of sitting in front of the museum simply shocks me because they could’ve gone to Central Park to sit on grass. The exterior of the museum is clean, organized, and symmetrical. The details on the building are detailed and carefully designed that just standing in front of this monumental building awes people.