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    Museums and Race Museums and institutions have to handle controversies and tough subject matter. There is no easy solution in handling them that will please everyone. However, there some ways that are better than others. For the issues that surround race, I believe there is one way that is better than the rest. I believe the correct way to display works of art or any other offensive work is to give the proper background context of the article. With this proper context, it is necessary to understand

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    Universal Survey Museum

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    The Universal Survey Museum” by Carol Duncan And Alan Wallach they talk about how the Louvre was the first universal survey museum. From what I get from this essay the universal survey museum reminds me of what most would call a traditional museum. Also in this essay Duncan and Wallach state: Museums belong to the same architectural and art-historical category as temples, churches, shrines and certain types of palaces. This comparison is not simply a convenient metaphor: museums share fundamental

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    University Art Museum

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    The University Art Museum Case Analysis Suzana Duran MNGT 372 Professor Quimei Xu I. Relevant Facts/Background The Art Museum is a building on the university premises that is providing a place for the art collection of a university. The building was given to the university by an alumnus around 1929. The wealthy son of the university's first president served as the museum's unpaid director until his death. He brought a few extra collections to the museum during his service, and while serving

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    National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. For about a year, I worked with artists and authors to organize book signing events. Now, life has taken me to Texas, and I am currently working at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the most visited museum in Houston. I have decided that a graduate degree in Museum Studies will help advance me in a career field in which I am very passionate. For my graduate research, I would like to delve deeper into museum theory, work to fully understand

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    Tampa Museum Of Art

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    Back in my school years I used to visit many historical museums, where I learned a lot about the culture and society of the past. As I have always been interested in history and arts, all that was a breathtaking experience for me. I believe that these museums is the best way to get closer to lives of our ancestries and it can help us to see the world in a different way. However, to be more knowledgeable about the world we live in, it’s also extremely important to be familiar with modern art. So this

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    Summary Of Truman Museum

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    Fairfield Museum Summary: A museum is a place where we can find collection of things of the past at one place where we get an unknown information known just by a visual treat. I have never been into a museum before but for the first time in United States I visited a museum named Fairfield museum and history center along with my friends which is at 370 beach road, Fairfield, Connecticut. At the Fairfield museum we observe exhibition galleries, research libraries, education center and a theatre with

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    Museum Analysis Essay

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    Museum Analysis Essay On October 26, 2017. I made a visit to the Menil Collection by 1533 Sul Ross street, Houston Texas. It was amazing to be in such a lovely place. I was accompanied to the museum by my aunt name Cynthia. who volunteered in taking care of my new born baby during the trip. Everything at the museum is so great. Especially the people that work there, the way they communicate with the tourist was so simple and understanding. Even at the end of the visitation, I was given a sticker

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    The Atlanta Museum Of Art

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    become the establishment now known as the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Since that first exhibition, the IMA has gone through several identity changes. They were first named, the Art Association of Indianapolis. Their next identity was as the John Herron Art Institute, which opened a whole new chapter, as they became “a campus featuring both a museum and an art school.” (History, 2017) Today, the IMA is one of the largest encyclopedic art museums in the nation. The IMA has had various leadership and

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    Marinetti Shrem Museum

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    I think the Marinetti Shrem Museum was an interest museum that the students should visit. The museum is not very big comparing to other museum, and they don’t even have map for the visitors since it’s a small museum. The museum was separated into different rooms; there is room for the art exhibition, and room for student’s collection. Personal belonging bags are not allow to bring inside the art gallery, but what I like about the museum was that it provide a self-check locker when I can storage my

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    Longmont Art Museum

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    I decided to visit the Longmont Museum and Cultural Center (Image 1). The URL for this museum is http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/museum/. My experience visiting this museum was very different from the other museums that I have visited more recently. It provided a great deal of interesting insight and topics for discussion for me to consider. My overall experience consists of the museum’s setting, any personal interactions that occurred, my analysis of my favorite work of art that I encountered, and

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