Essay on Museum

Art Museum review

Joslyn Art Museum I recently took a trip to the Joslyn Art Museum and was very impressed with the art, mainly the paintings. I had never really been to an art museum Just to look around but I found that a lot of the paintings used the techniques that we discussed in class. I will […]

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High Museum of Art

The Museum of Art is a high-rise building located along Peachtree Street NE at Atlanta, Georgia, in the commercial and artistic district of downtown. Named after one Harriet High, one of its many major benefactors, this characteristically white building’s original structure was design and built by the renowned architect, Richard Meier back in the 1980s. […]

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“Behind the Scenes at the museum” – Kate Atkinson

“I exist! ” So begins the novel, Behind the Scenes at the Museum. Ruby Lennox has literally just been conceived and is already starting to narrate her life story. Although many of the chapters in the book are told from Ruby’s perspective, commenting on the present, there are others that follow called footnotes. These depict […]

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Critique of Backs in Wax Museum and Willie Lynch Letter

As I walked through the Blacks in Wax Museum I was both upset and happy by what I saw. Going into the slave ship and seeing the slaves being branded like livestock and shackled one on top of the other really brought to life the struggle that the slaves had to endure. I don’t understand […]

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Metropolitan Museum of Art – Case Study

Executive Summary The New York Metropolitan Museum of the Art is a non-profit institution with an established history as a behemoth of the artistic world. It was founded and maintains today the mission of “establishing and maintaining in the city of New York a museum and library of art, of encouraging and developing, the study […]

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The Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance

The Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance is a museum that explores the history of tolerance and intolerance throughout the world. The general example of intolerance is the Holocaust, with many modern celebrations, such as Black History Month, defining what it means to be tolerant regardless of physical characteristics, gender, and religious beliefs. The exhibits at […]

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Tipoo’s tiger

Tipoo’s tiger is a significant symbol between the East and West. It represents India’s dominance over the West, Europe. The Tiger represents India’s power, with the soldier representing Britain. However, Tipoo’s Tiger is located at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. It was captured from the Sultan after the British invaded Seringapatam and killed […]

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Visit to the Brooklyn museum of Art

For the first assignment in Instructor Laude’s Art 100 class, the class had to visit the Brooklyn Museum’s Egypt Exhibit on the 3rd floor. Where we chose a work of art each student thought was interesting and writes a paper describing and analyzing the art work. The work of art that I chose is the […]

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