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  • How Are Museum Curators Incorporating New Technology Into Exhibitions Encourage Participation From A Younger Generations Of Americans?

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    Abigail Fisher I202 Final Assignment May 4, 2015 Research Question: How are museum curators incorporating new technology into exhibits to enhance participation from a younger generations of Americans? Background: According to an article written by the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory museums across the United States are feeling more and more inclined to move toward interactive exhibits. In order to do so, they are beginning to incorporate technologies into

  • Maslow's Hierarchy Of Needs Theory

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    Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory in Organizational Diversity Psychologist Abraham Maslow established a theory of motivation to justify how people in diverse organizations behave. His human requirements theory states that humans are never completely satisfied; that they crave satisfaction and those requirements can be classified into a hierarchy based upon importance. The lowest level of importance includes peoples’ desire to satisfy their physical needs, such as hunger and thirst. Following the

  • The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Essay

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    Positioned alongside Central Park in the heart of New York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the largest and most influential art museums in the world. The Met houses an extensive collection of curated works that spans throughout various time periods and different cultures. The context of museum, especially one as influential as the Met, inherently predisposes its visitors to a certain set of understandings that subtly influence how they interpret and ultimately construct meanings about

  • An Ethical And Successful Leader

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    statement to your leadership style. Over all we do see men and woman in the field of museum work but the way they are treated is vastly different. Male curators will be involved in a more science and research field while women will usually fill the maintenance and care role. These two positions area not equally respected though they both use the title of curator. To maintain a collection is admirable but why collect if no information is obtained. So the woman in these positions are just a stepping stone

  • Mission Statement Of Indian Art Museum

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    DOCUMENTATION The Indian Art Gallery recognized that documentation is important for the development, research and preservation. It is the crucial part of the collection management. Documentation is the responsibility of collection management that under the curator and other eligible staff. Documentation will provide the evidence of the museum’s legal ownership of the material and it provide a legal written document. Any changes in the condition will be documented. Any work in museum is done through the document

  • Charactersitics of a Museum, Questions and Answers

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    1. What are, in your opinion, the characteristics of the museum idea? As I remember from my travelling experience, a museum exists in each city, even the smallest one and sometimes even in villages. Visiting a museum at least once a year is a compulsory part of any school programme in my country, Russia. However, what is a museum? What are reasons for its existing? Who and how chooses display units for exhibitions from the huge variety of items in the world? All these questions can be answered

  • The Cultural Heritage Within The Uk

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    Introduction Museums have become crucial in society due to the sustainability of Cultural Heritage within the UK. For relevance to future generations, museums and galleries must show their social purpose by becoming increasingly aware of visitors wants need for a valuable experience. Through the development of their customer service roles will help examine the ways in which museums can expand their communication practices and achieve best practice (McLeod, 2012). Per ONS (Office of National Statistics)

  • Cultural Relevance, Understanding And Education

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    Cultural relevance, understanding and education are the key areas that modern museums seem to be addressing seriously. As a public institution a museum must consider its role in society, the way culture is represented and displayed and most of all, how interpretation affects those not of museum training backgrounds, for example a visitor or patron. Some would argue that art, is an expression of a culture and its political and economic values (Hein 2006), while others would suggest that is the artifacts

  • The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Essay

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    Positioned alongside Central Park within the heart of New York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the largest and most influential art museums in the world. The Met houses an extensive collection of curated works that spans throughout various time periods and different cultures. The context of museums, especially one as influential as the Met, inherently predisposes its visitors to a set of understandings that subtly influence how they interpret and ultimately construct meanings about

  • Stolen Art of the Holocaust

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    While death was the major tragedy of the Holocaust, all of the art stolen was definitely a dark spot. Most people don’t realize, but the art was taken from all Jews and many others by the Nazis. Some pieces of art have been found, but most still remain lost. Many that have been discovered are in museums and are not given to the true owners. There should be efforts spent on finding and recovering the art stolen by the Nazis to return it to their rightful owners. Hitler would have his soldiers

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