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    The things that I visited National Museum of American Indian (NMAI) was unforgettable and sad. In 13.07.16, I visited museum with my Johns hopkins classmate and English tutor by walk. It was so hot, sweat that was exactly same korea’s summer. it was tough. By the way, we arrived at NMAL and we are hanging around with guide. First, we went 4th floor that show ‘who we are’ indicate native’s history. A parts of impressed things in 4th floor that I felt was “Civilization” means the assault on Indian

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    Museum Reflection

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    fascinated by the potential museums possess to involve visitors in inquiry and even cultivate a love for learning. Accordingly, my goal has always been to bring my passion for learning to museum visitors. Due to my background in archaeology, I have always given the bulk of my attention to objects within museums, giving little thought to my own experience let alone the experiences of others. Museums Today: Missions and Function, however, has taught me to emphasize the museum audience and the experience

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    In December 2002, the directors of 18 museums located throughout Europe and the United States issued the Declaration of the Importance and Value of Universal Museums. The declaration is an attempt, by the directors of major Western museums, to defend against demands for restitution of museum objects by defining themselves as “universal museums” which are of value to all of humanity. This document fails as a convincing defence against restitution claims for several reasons. First, it dismisses circumstances

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    Introduction Collections play a crucial role in fulfilling a museum’s mission and purpose. A museum’s collection is defined by its collection policy past and present which in turn helps to shape the museum’s goals and direction. As stewards of collections, museums are expected to maintain the highest professional standards legally and ethically. The development of written policies are necessary to govern the management of collections and to establish the museum's collections related activities to support

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    Chrysler Museum Interview

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    opportunities that can be shared. After almost two years as a Gallery Host, my interest in the Chrysler Museum has never stopped growing. I know I am ready to take on the role of full-time Gallery Host and would greatly appreciate the opportunity. · How would the visitors benefit from you being in the galleries more? What do you bring to the team that’s unique? My commitment to the Chrysler Museum and it's progress is what makes me a strong addition to the full-time team. I have tremendous respect

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    Tacoma Art Museum

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    Introduction On November 27th, 2017 I visited Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) a regional museum that inspires and builds community through art. The museum is located at1701 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Washington State. I was opportune to view collections of Dale Chihuly glassworks, European impressionism, Japanese prints and America art. One of the collections I will like to talk on is the Anne Gould Hauberg exhibition which include some of Dale Chihuly collection. Anne Hauberg, John Hauberg her husband

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    Philadelphia Museum

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    my museum paper I decided to visit the Philadelphia museum of art museum. I chose to go to the museum based on preferences from peers and word of mouth that the artwork displayed was worth the time and money to go and see. Another factor that influenced me to visit this museum of course was the iconic rocky stairs. During my visit I even decided to walk the well known staircase to the museum just to create the right mind set before I entered the building. Lastly, I chose the go to this museum because

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    The Civil War museum located in New Orleans is a very interesting museum to visit. On the outside the museum stands out from the surrounding building as it has an older brick style building which almost looks like a church in some aspects.. On the right side of the stairs that lead up inside is a large cannon on display. Upon entering the museum it is made apparent that the building is in good condition, but is also very old. Every step that I took while in the museum sounded as if the floor

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    different museum locations, but with the two education classes I was taking, I also ended up learning a lot about different school settings as well. And what was most interesting was comparing them and seeing where the similarities were. I would have categorized them as schools and museums, but those would be false categories. I spent time at three different museums for my service hours, the Bangor Discovery Museum, the College of the Atlantic Dorr Museum and the Woodlawn Gardens Museum. At each

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    Museums are an amazing place that is constantly evolving in order to expand knowledge and cultural inclusivity. For example, museums are putting extra effort to feature culturally diverse exhibitions such as works from Native Americans. Gillian Flynn and Deborah Hull-Walski, the authors of the article, elaborate museums are incorporating new cultural items; however, these items need extra energy when taking care of the items. Typically, museums have traditional habits of how to handle objects; however

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