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    Essay On Broad Museum

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    The Broad museum is a contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles. The museum is home to 2,000 works of art in the Broad collection, which is among the most prominent holdings of postwar and contemporary art worldwide. With its innovative “veil-and-vault” concept, the 120,000-square-foot, $140 million building features two floors of gallery space to showcase the Broad’s comprehensive collection. Inside the museum there is a escalator ride from the lobby level to the exhibition space on the

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    The Impact of Innovation on Heritgae Museum’s identities Sophia Borissenko, 126127973, sbor758@aucklanduni.co.nz The purpose of this study is to define and examine the range design requirements for a variety of case studies on heritage museums with modern intervention, each of which has a different type: internal intervention, addition or integration. In doing so, an analysis of the impact of the case by case design requirements that the innovation has on the building’s idenity can be made. Furthermore

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    Kissimmee Air Museum

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    Kissimmee Air Museum First of all, I want to start off with I choose this museum because it was the closest to where I live. But they were a lot of choices of museums that could choose. But the funny story is that this was not my original choice. I wanted to go to a veteran museum but it was close and then I went to another museum and it was also close too. So it was like my fate to go this Air Museum. I really don’t regret it. Let me explain why, this museum is not fanciest museums. It is an outdoor

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    If Museum hopping was a sport I would definitely be in the major leagues. My love for exploring art museums led me to discover the Whitney Museum summer internship. I was immediately intrigued and knew I wanted to be apart such an amazing opportunity. I was also drawn to the overall branding of the Whitney, and Currently I am a Junior BFA graphic design major at The Center for Art and Design. I am particularly interested in the Graphic Design, publication and marketing areas. For the past three

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    Haggin Museum Analysis

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    The museum I have visited during my time was The Haggin Museum located in Stockton, California. Although I had a very brief visit at the museum the layout of each room was very well thought out. The three main images that I have found found very interesting are the Noonday Meal by Daniel Ridgway Knight, Harlequine by Jean Beraud and Les Halles also by Jean Beraud. This paper will discuss the formal characteristic of each artwork and will also be compared to some of the artworks studied and discussed

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    LACMA Museum Report

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    I went to LACMA, Los Angeles Country Museum of Art with my eldest sister and my little three-year-old sister. Since we went with a toddler I wasn’t able to see all the exhibits and galleries due to my little sister being impatient and having an impulse of wanting to touch everything. The first exhibit we looked at was the Art of The Pacific that their art goes back to the 18th century from Hawaiian, Polynesian, and Melanesia. They have different objects that were used for example; they had a stool

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    The Meadows Museum is a public art museum on the Southern Methodist University campus, and it collects a lot of Spanish works. When I was around the museum, I saw many beautiful stone sculptures. When I entered the museum, I felt quiet, serious and professional because of visitors who focused on appreciation of art and staff wore formal clothing. According to the artwork I am most interested in, I will introduce its information, my first impression, and the second impression. The artwork The artwork

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    Phoenix Art Museum

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    Museum Report Before I went to the museum, my prospective about a museum was poor expectations. What can a museum will offer? , this was one of the questions that I always had in mind. For these reasons, I never thought that I could enjoy a museum tour. However, everything change after visited the Phoenix Art Museum. I went to the trip with poor expectations, but since I arrived in the lobby with all of my classmates and the professor. I started feel that this trip will be sash an educational experience

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    Patricia Art Museum

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    Frost Art Museum located in the Florida International University (FIU) campus is a major cultural institution and has been opened since 1977. The building has three floors and several galleries to display numerous art works. In the first floor there is a gallery exclusively for kids. Here you can find all sorts of art stations to have kids develop and explore their creative and artistic side. The second floor is dedicated to the traveling exhibits; during the visit of this paper the museum had two

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    Walter Mignolo Museum

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    and the Business Art Business  Reading Response Due: Walter Mignolo, “Museums in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity: Fred Wilson’s Mining the Museum (1992)” in Jonathan Harris, ed., Globalization and Contemporary Art (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011): 71–85. Prompt: How does Mignolo characterize the museum as colonial? And what are possible decolonizing options/tactics for reorienting or changing museum practice? In “Museums in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity”, author Walter Mignolo goes into

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