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    The Panorama Museum

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    ( The Museum focuses on bringing families together so they have an opportunity to make art in the studio inspired by the work in the exhibitions.) The Queens Museum it's a piece of History that can be a deep connection to dance to visual art forms primarily in costumes and mask, but also in drawings and paintings. I have always been interested in what Museums offer and attending to this one was a great experience. All the pieces gave me a better understanding and appreciation of the artwork

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    Autry Museums

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    of group identity formation” (Autry, 57). Autry is trying to say that museums is a sacred place of memory and trauma. When traveling through these museums the author notice that the most common themes were “capture and displacement from Africa, enslavement, and racial segregation” (Autry 64). When she notices that these were the three main topics being shown to the public then it’s a major problem. She felt that the museums had too much power because they were choosing certain information to be

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    Museum Misconceptions

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    This thesis focuses on archaeology programming in museums and the common visitor misconceptions about archaeology that museum educators face, especially those promoted by popular culture. By recognizing the notions and understanding of archaeology that visitors and program participants carry with them, museums can create truly educational programs that go beyond the adventure/detective version of pop culture archaeology and successfully introduce the archaeological discipline to the general public

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    Art Museum

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    When I was younger, I thought museums were boring and dull, filled with pointless, nonsensical art work that people just pretended to understand what the artists were thinking. I thought people interpreted imaginary meanings from the art that other people just followed and accepted because it was the “cool” thing to do. This is one of the main reasons I avoided going to museums that were art based. Once I got the opportunity to visit an art-based museum for myself, I actually enjoyed it. I began

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    Smithsonian Museum

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    sites in one visit, but if you only visit this city once, there are three sites that you must see on your trip. The following is a brief description of these sites. The Smithsonian Museum Although it is often called a museum, it is, in fact, composed of 19 different museums, and is truly the greatest of all museums in America. The only problem is the large scope of subjects and exhibits that can be seen. It is impossible to see everything in one day or even one trip, so it is a good idea to at least

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    Top 10 Museums In Mumbai For Kids Mumbai’s museums are a great way of teaching kids about the city’s rich history and culture. They’re replete with artifacts and precious ancient works. What’s more? Museums also have extra space for your kids to run and frolic around. Here’s a round-up of 10 museums in Mumbai to take your kids: 1. Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum Being the foremost museum of Mumbai and the second oldest museum of India, Dr. BhauJi Lad Museum is a home to the rich treasures of bygone era

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    Speed Art Museum

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    The Speed Art Museum, originally known as the J.B. Speed Memorial Museum, now commonly referred to as the Speed by locals in the Louisville area, is the oldest, largest, and the primary museum of art in Kentucky. In 2013, the museum decided to conduct a three year renovation. The new North Building includes an unprecedented 9,000 square foot gallery dedicated to the display of the Speed’s contemporary art collection. The museum hired architect, Kulapat Yantrasast. The architect decided to add multiple

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    The Akron Art Museum

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    Akron Art Museum The Akron Art Museum is an institute that combined a historic building heavily adorned with Italian Renaissance revival and classicism with a modern and radical steel and glass structure. The once 1899 Akron post office section of the museum houses the local and global pieces of Impressionistic art from the 1850s. The original building is wrapped with a deep red brick and limestone with triangular pediments and pilasters. In 2007, Coop Himmelb(l)au’s architect Wolf

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    Museums are information organizations, that is, they are about giving the most up-to-date information to their patrons. No matter how well their organization, commercially, is wrap it up that part of them remains the same. From the two museums that I visited, the Henry Ford Museum and the Museum of Natural History, are clearly about passing information to the patron. There are differences between them, however, it is the equivalences that I want to focus on as they are what bind them. The three areas

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    Getty Museum Report

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    I recently read your reaction to the new Getty Museum. I found that your opinions about J. Paul Getty’s museum align with my thoughts about the museum. You said the outer aesthetics of the museum provide people with a “heated art controversy.” You said that a museum must not portray a non-neutral or partial nature between the museum’s looks and its content. My perception of the museum falls under the relation between a statue and its pedestal. Most people observe and admire statues that sit atop

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