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  • Descriptive Essay On The Virtual Museum

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    I toured the virtual Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Though it was not face-to-face, I still really enjoyed my experience through the virtual word. I was more fascinated about the liveliness in the virtual world than anything else. I think the virtual museum itself was more of a work of art than the art it displayed because it covered almost every inch from many different points of view in the museum. I also liked how it was pretty easy to operate and move around, and no matter how

  • Stonehene Virtual Museum

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    the different virtual museums that are available online, one museum stuck out greatly in my mind. The Tigertail virtual museum was quite informative and has an extensive collection of all different types of art. It features some of my favorites and does a great job of visually describing man’s journey through time from the early civilizations to present day societies. I found the museum to be extremely navigable and thoroughly thought out. I especially like the part of the museum that deals with

  • Virtual Museum Of Japanese Arts

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    History The island nation of Japan, according to Virtual Museum of Japanese Arts (2016), has a rich history that largely alternates between times of imperial and military control. The Jomon period, which started in 10,000 BC, is the earliest instance of culture in Japan. This period transitioned into the Yayoi period (300 BC), which, according to Columbia University’s Dr. Heinrich (2009), featured a more advanced agricultural society. Virtual Museum of Japanese Arts (2016) continues to describe the

  • The Pros And Cons Of Re-Thinking Museums

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    1.2. Re-thinking Museums The second part of chapter one discusses the ways digitization is changing the face of museums and archives, in terms of the ways they curate device collections. This unprecedented and continuous shift has left many cultural institutions struggling to adapt and are forcing them to rethink how to maintain their unique qualities while at the same time adding value. Today, no organization is immune to the disruptions caused by digitization and technological innovation, forever

  • Comparing the Websites of Frist and the National Gallery of Art

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    Art galleries and museums are buildings or spaces used exclusively for the exhibition and education of art, but that’s not all. Galleries and museums are an essential part of our society. Art in itself transcends cultural diversity and differences; the museums and galleries that display art present to us insight into the various cultures, backgrounds, and communities in an unprejudiced environment. They also provide a significant impact on local and state economics. According to the 2007 Americans

  • Hum 111 Week 10 Assignment 3 Strayer

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    general area. Visiting a Museum • It makes sense to approach a museum the way a seasoned traveler approaches visiting a city for the first time. Find out what there is available to see. In the museum, find out what sort of exhibitions are currently housed in the museum and start with the exhibits that interest you. • If there is a travelling exhibition, it’s always a good idea to see it while you have the chance. Then, if you have time, you can look at other things in the museum. • Every effort should

  • Analysis : Tate Digital Strategy

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    Critial analysis of Tate Digital Strategy 2013-15. Introduction As one of the most excellent British modern museums, Tate Modern ran several digital strategies aim to creat incomes and build interactive communication with their audice. In that process, Tate proved how important that digital communication offered to museum to create and nurture an engaged arts community and to maximise the associated revenue opportunities. In the three years, Tate Modern had improvement on their incomes, however

  • The Institute Of Museum And Library Services

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    Comprehensive Exam Question 2: The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) promotes evidence-based evaluation. For a type of library of your choice discuss the use of outcomes and impact measures to develop sound evaluation practices. Use IMLS and association tools to craft your answer. The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) within the National Foundation of the Arts and Humanities. The two programs were combined and established in September 30, 1996. The program has been in

  • Online Museum Studies Degree

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    internet will never be able to replace the feeling of walking into a museum and seeing the exhibits with your own eyes. If you are excited about the preservation of history and seeing historical items preserved for future generations then a career in the museum industry might interest you. An online degree in museum studies prepares students for an exciting career in a museum or preservation environment. Graduates earning a museum studies degree are experts in artifact retrieval, conservation, exhibition

  • Musiology of Musium

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    A museum is an institution that cares for (conserves) a collection of artifacts and other objects of scientific, artistic, cultural, or historical importance and makes them available for public viewing through exhibits that may be permanent or temporary. Types of Museums vary, from large institutions, covering many of the categories, to very small institutions focusing on a specific subject, location or a notable person, categories include: fine arts, applied arts, craft, archaeology, anthropology