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    Museum

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    I picked the Dallas Museum of Art because of their wide variety of different artwork. I loved the Museums vast collections of Modern art that I’ve really gotten into lately. Plus, this Museum brings different ideas and new cultures of different works of art that I’ve never really had the pleasure of experiencing. My time at the Dallas Museum of Art, was better than ever I got to spend it with my fiancée experiencing something beautiful, it was so exciting. The museum was very big and there was not

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    Museum Trip

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    Museum Trip When this project was brought to my attention at the beginning of the semester I didn't know what to expect. I didn't know much about the history of art or any of the specific terms that are used in the art world. I have been to museums in the past but that was when I was in elementary school and they didn't teach us any of the specific terms that they used in the art world. On the handout that you gave the class you wrote questions that you though would be helpful for us to answer

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    Holocaust Museum

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    incorporated into the museum by having it as the archway to the part of the floor that describes the things that went on inside concentration camps. The Translation of the... ... middle of paper ... ... drawers and closets. This is an interactive, hands-on exhibit. 3. The Quote "You are my witnesses" from Isaiah 43:10 is reminding people who visit the museum that the Holocaust really did happen, and that such an event should never ever happen again. 4. The middles of the museum from the first floor

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    Possible museums

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    Museen1 (Possible Museums), which is dedicated to the development of museums for Modern and contemporary art. Together with different authors, we explored the potential of public museums for renewal and education as well as for (critical) reflection on social change by using ten examples from the past fifty years. In this connection, we took a particular interest in those historical moments in which changes that were previously unthinkable suddenly seemed possible. Hence potential museums are also conceivable

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    museum

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    dates back from 612B all the way to 880BC, which is the Neo-Assyrian time period (The British Museum). The wall panel was excavated from Koutunjik, located in North Iraq in the North Palace. The wall panel I chose to observe closely was during the period of the Egyptian ruler Ashurbanipal (The British Museum). This piece is currently located in the British Museum and was acquired in 1856 (The British Museum). The wall panels can be found in the Middle East department What drew me into The Assyrian

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    Museum defines as an institution housing collections of objects of artistic, historic, or scientific interest conserved and displayed for the educational and enjoyment of the public. Museums are places of memory that provides the link of distant past to the present generation which also help the society to know the path their forebears trod. The main purpose of museum is neither to educate nor entertain but rather creates a memory bank would remind us of the past. No wonder most societies in different

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    Interactive Museum Experiences

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    Interactive Museum Experiences “I am Richard Nixon, president from 1969 to 1974. I was a lawyer and studied at Duke University Law. I died in 1994,” says Marjorie Cozzens, age 8 (Dooley, 2003, p. F4). The third grade class at Karigon Elementary School, of which Marjorie is a member, were preparing for the opening of their Presidential Wax Museum on Friday, March 7, 2003. Marjorie’s third grade teacher, Renee Bortolini has her class choose a president, learn about them, and on Friday, the

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    collections one about woman artist and another that shows abstract natural landscapes. Other than the Rodin sculptures most of the collections are paintings by American artists. As Elizabeth Crooke discusses in her article Museums and Community, how a community can shape the museum collection. The gallery I visited the art was mostly by American artist though they are all different types of people they share one come background and country identity. Most of the Art pieces had to do with nature in an

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    Children's Museum of Tacoma

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    Children’s Museum of Tacoma History and Life Cycle Examination The Children’s Museum of Tacoma, founded in 1985, has been a Tacoma icon for twenty-five years. Over the subsequent ten years, the Museum experienced successes in membership, attendance and funding. During its first ten years in existence, the Children’s Museum experienced an increased attendance, finally leading to the Fire Marshall enforcing capacity limits causing patrons to form waiting lines for entrance. In 1996, the Museum moved

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    Macon Museum of Art

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    Macon Museum of Art Macon Museum of Art, a not-for-Profit Corporation, is facing major financial problems since 2000 and up till 2002. Actions were needed to stop this cumulative loss and to achieve some profit for 2003. After reviewing the case at hand, one can see through the brief history of the museum that it was founded since 1925. In 1998, its name changed into the Jonathon A . Macon Museum of Art, the major benefactor whose endowment helped expending the facility in the district

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