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    VMFA Museum Report

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    been enrolled in the Museum Leaders in Training Program. In that program I was able to gain valuable skills such as proposal writing, event planning, time management, and become proficient with VMFA library resources. In order to learn proper editing for an upcoming microsite I was able to research a piece of art, Our Lady of Piety, which opened my eyes to the broad scope of European history that wasn’t confined to Europe and satisfied my interest in art.

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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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    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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    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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    Museum Analysis Sample

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    along with the technique are the first things that draw attention to it, but how the work is curated by the museum is a hidden factor with significant impact to how the piece is viewed by the audience. It would be very distracting to have a dark medieval work placed on a bright pink wall because of the color contrast. This could take away greatly from a majestic piece. On the other hand, a museum can also arrange works in a specific order and compliment works extremely well with the environment they

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    Museum Of Play

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    Internet; within a few clicks of a button, the viewer can explore any art institution worldwide without leaving the comfort of their home. I utilized Google Cultural Institute to visit The Strong National Museum of Play located in Rochester, United States. I chose to explore The Strong National Museum of Play because I was intrigued by its collection of interactive

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    QUT Art Museum

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    and expecting that to be satisfactory. Lighting, walls, art placement, viewer interaction and many more are an important park of how successful an exhibit can be. When a viewer enters the QUT Art Museum they first see the reception desk with the typical white walls that one would expect from a museum or gallery. To the right of this desk one can see a large room with black walls that are in direct contrast to the reception area, inviting the viewer to investigate what this room is. Walking towards

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    Try, if you would, to recall your last visit to a museum or other similar institution. Did you immediately accept the information presented to you as fact? Did you stop to think about how a particular exhibit represents a culture and whether or not it was accurate? Since their origin, museums were created for the purpose of preservation and interpretation of the material culture they exhibit, and have been the most widely accepted method for the dissemination of information pertaining to other cultures

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    Fowler Museum Analysis

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    For this essay, I decided to analyze the art collections of the Fowler Museum at UCLA, more specifically in the Jerome LioMel Joss Gallery. The Jermone LioMel Gallery contains the arts works of Africa, and the Pacific Islands so I will be analyzing arts from the two areas from Papua New Guinea and Nigeria. These arts pieces are the Veranda posts (opo), and the ornament for a sacred flute. The Fowler Museum has many of the Nigeria’s veranda post with its different and similar meanings connected

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    Museum is a place of presenting and preserving history of a country or a place with educational implication. Museums, as stated by Brown and Davis-Brown (1998, p. 19), “help to preserve a collective national memory and thence to constitute a collective national identity”. The way of displaying war photos and different exhibits may have functions of raising national identity and present multiculturalism to audience. This essay will be discussed about how nationalization and multiculturalism presents

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