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    The Lowe Art Museum

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    The Lowe Art Museum is located right off of the main entrance to the University of Miami on Stanford Drive. The museum had several visitors walking throughout on the day I visited, but as one gets away from the main lobby, the building becomes almost silent. The only conversation heard are whispers and the movement of the security guard through the rooms about every two minutes. The absence of sound allows one to fully take in the beauty of the artwork. Walking around the different galleries, I came

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    As I enter the museum, I saw huge white walls, which made up the whole museum. I thought it was quite elegant looking and incredible because of the color of the museum, white. Not to mention, it is located in the mountains of Los Angeles with a gorgeous view and awesome location. But I couldn’t help but notice that there isn’t any Chicana/o are pieces at all. Why aren’t there any art pieces that have to do with Chicana/o? Especially since the museum gets a lot of tourists from around the world, including

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    If a local museum paid me to attract teens; I would have a lot of interesting activities planned. The activities would have to be appealing to the teenagers of course and they should be fun. The activities also should be educational and innovative. I would want them to bring out a person’s creativity and use their imagination. There could also be competitions and a prize for the winner of the activity. As a teen myself, I would find these type of activities very interesting and would want to

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    Museum Experience Museum is a place for people to collect data, to explore the history, to learn and get engaged with the information provided. Museum is also documenting the artifacts and provides vast of collection works from various field such as artistic, scientific, historical and cultural that available for public viewing through exhibits. Alexander and Alexander (2008) stated that museum is a non-profit permanent institution in the service of society and development which are open to the public

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    Grant Wood

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    Grant Wood I recently took a trip to the Jocelyn Art Museum. There they had many great painting in the permanent art collection. One that caught my eye, which I had seen many times before, but never knew any thing about, was a painting called Stone City, Iowa , which was created by Grant Wood in 1930. This painting is oil on wood panel and is 30 ¼ X 40 inches. Grant Wood is a famous philosopher who was born in February in the year 1891 in Anamosa, Iowa. Wood was born to Quaker parents on a

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    ever used by humans. Art has been used to represent diverse kinds of religion, beliefs, and points of from all around the world as a form of expression that could last forever and speak every language. At this time I am going to refer to a specific form of art. This type of art is painting. I am also going to refer to a particular painting. This distinct painting is titled Christ Triumphant Over Sin and Death by Peter Paul Ruben (1577-1640) and is in the Columbus Art Museum located in Columbus

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    Crimes Throughout Time

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    diamond, had the law enforcement authorities improved their security by adding extra countermeasures like extra guards, some crimes couldn’t have happened. In the beginning of the book “The Rescue Artist” two thieves broke into the Norway’s preeminent art museum, and stole “The Scream” painting. As a clue to whom committed the crime, the thieves left behind a postcard for the authorities to find. On the back of the postcard one of the thefts wrote, “Thanks for the poor security” (10) (The Rescue Artist

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    Successful Approach in Increasing Museum Attendance Many museums have achieved success in increasing museum attendances by using marketing strategies. • The Art Institute of Chicago: The museum offers bundle package of entertainment for weekends. It finds available hotel space and discount air tickets along with special evening events at the institute (Blattberg, 1991). The packages could cost from $50 to $100, which is an appealing plan for anybody who is interested in reasonable and affordable

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    Painting What We See Within: A Look at the Insides of Art Therapy One of the most memorable experiences I had last summer was visiting the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. (3)At this museum, professional artists had created none of the works hanging on the walls. Visionary art is an individualized expression by people with little or no formal training; the rules of art as a school did not apply here. While I was there, I learned that for many years, the artwork created by

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    Acceptance of Digital Art Digital art has a fifty-year history of innovation and experimentation with new technology. The Pioneers of digital art were not artists but people who were exploring new visions through computers and the writing of computer programs. According to the Digital Art Museum, which is a joint venture between London Guildhall University and two independent art galleries, digital art can currently be classified according to three phases Phase I of digital art was from 1956-1986

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