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    The Foundling Museum

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    To what extent has the Foundling Museum uncovered the ‘hidden histories’ of Georgian London’s poverty-stricken families? Word Count: 1432 Since 2004 the Foundling Museum has stood as a site to memorialise the Georgian Foundling Hospital; this institution cared for London’s abandoned children, foundlings. In a recent podcast, Laura Gowing described the stories of these children and their mothers as ‘hidden histories’. She claims that the Foundling Museum offers a narrative for figures who are

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    For example, in my community of New York there is a museum called the Hispanic Society of America. This museum shows Hispanic culture through artwork. The mission of the Hispanic Society of America is to represent the life of every Hispanic person, no matter the difference, to share the Hispanic culture with anyone who visits, and to provide free educational programs to the community. Without a doubt, The Hispanic Society of America is a museum where the artwork does not show Hispanic people fighting

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    and Their Influence in Support for Public Art Museums Statement of Intent Historically, museums have relied on four sources of financial support: individual contributions, corporate and foundation support, earned revenues, and government grants. This paper focuses on present day corporate support for art and the museums that collect and display that art. It urges museums to reassess their assumptions about corporations and suggests ways that museums can develop new approaches to align their solicitation

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    Some building are meant to have a great façade and just show how and intricate design can stand up on it s own, but while the Perez Art Museum has great façade and has a very interesting design, its serves to much more than that. The PAMM is not only a Museum that shows all types of vintage and contemporary artworks, but in addition it works as an education center for kids, as screenings and presentations to an outdoor area for visitors to hang out and enjoy the views that Miami has to offer. All

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    Assignment 1 – ARCV 140 – Imaginary Museum Indian Art Gallery Mission, Vision Statement and Staff Mission Statement:- With the help of our collection, we try to introduce this art to the lives of people. Vision Statement: - Indian Art Gallery is exists for becoming the best in field of art we will works upon our weakness, strength, aspiration, opportunities, etc. we believe that to achieve museum’s mission successfully. Goals and objectives of Indian Art Gallery • We will provide the

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    I have attended the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of Arts for my cultural event essay, on Wednesday November 18, 2015. Attending this museum is considered a cultural event since it provides you with the opportunity to learn about the different styles of artworks of different time periods. This museum contained many works that are influenced by classicism which is a style of “historical tradition or aesthetic attitudes based on the art of Greece and Rome” (“Classicism and Neoclassicism”). One particular

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    Opened on September 20, 2015, the Broad Museum in downtown Los Angeles is a fusion of several different styles of architecture. The Broad museum is a new kind of contemporary art museum Calling it “a gift to the people of Los Angeles,” Eli and Edythe Broad donated millions of dollars to open The Broad Museum in downtown Los Angeles. It stands next to the iconic Disney Concert Hall that is designed by Frank Gehry and is the first major art museum that is free to. The public. The Broad is designed

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    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is among the world’s largest art collections, and to be specific enough the most prevalent artwork in the western United States (Compton 165). This massive art museum has a collection of over a hundred thousand artworks, whose origin extends from the prehistoric times to present days (Gilbert and Mills 174). These collections are classified into several departments within the museums buildings, depending on their region of origin, culture they represent, and

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    Perneb Museum

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    Metropolitan Museum of Art, I’ve observed many interesting paintings, sculptures, and artifacts. The exhibits I chose to write about was the tomb of Perneb because it is the only thing I remember the most when I know that I have to focus on Mesopotamia or Egypt. Mastaba Tomb of Perneb was original came from the period of Old Kingdom, Egypt that located in the Egyptian necropolis at Saqqara. It was discovered in 1907, purchased from the Egyptian government in 1913 and given to the Metropolitan Museum of

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    The Colorado History Museum was a phenomenal place to visit; it felt life like from being in my Colorado History class in college as well as in my high school ones. I had the ability to see what it was like living in Keota, as well as being a huge size person walking around the Denver area, and lastly saw a few pieces of clothing that were the Native Americans during Bent’s Fort. Every detail in the museum I tried paying attention too, because I did not want to miss anything. The first display I

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