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Museum Masters

Author : Edward P. Alexander
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Alexander brings to life the stories of twelve ambitious leaders from the United States and Europe who helped shape the future of the museum world.

Master Drawings in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Author : Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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More than 100 masterworks from the collection, all in full color, each with a text about the artist and drawing as well as full documentation. 105 colour illustrations

Master Drawings from the Smith College Museum of Art

Author : Smith College. Museum of Art
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The Smith College Museum of Art in Northampton, Massachusetts, is widely acknowledged to have one of the most important college art collections in America, and one of its areas of extraordinary strength is its renowned collection of master drawings. This volume presents sixty-eight great sheets, all reproduced in full color, including many versos. Covering six centuries of brilliant draftsmanship, it ranges from a rare silverpoint drawing of the late fifteenth century, one of the most celebrated of all early Netherlandish portrait drawings, attributed to Dieric Bouts, to a 1954 watercolor by Mark Tobey. Interestingly, many of the drawings relate to works in other mediums also in the collection of the Smith College Museum of Art.

Programming for People with Special Needs

Author : Katie Stringer
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Programming for People with Special Needs: A Guide for Museums and Historic Sites will help museums and historic sites become truly inclusive educational experiences. The book is unique because it covers education and inclusion for those with both intellectual and learning disabilities. The book features the seven key components of creating effective programming for people with special needs, especially elementary and secondary students with intellectual disabilities: Sensitivity and awareness training Planning and communication Timing Engagement and social/life skills Object-centered and inquiry-based programs Structure Flexibility In addition, this book features and discusses programs such as the Museum of Modern Art‘s Meet Me program and ones for children with autism at the Transit Museum in Brooklyn as models for other organizations to adapt for their use. Its focus on visitors of all ages who have cognitive or intellectual disabilities or special needs makes this title essential for all museum and historic site professionals, especially educators or administrators, but also for museum studies students and those interested in informal education.

Encyclopaedia Britannica a New Survey of Universal Knowledge

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German Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1350 1600

Author : Maryan W. Ainsworth
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DIV Paintings by Renaissance masters Cranach, Dürer, and Holbein are among the highlights featured in the first comprehensive study of the largest collection of early German paintings in America. /div

The New People s Cyclopedia of Universal Knowledge

Author : William Harrison De Puy
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European Drawings 3

Author : Nicholas Turner
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V. 3 betr. u. a. Hans Jakob Plepp.

Designing Museum Experiences

Author : Mark Walhimer
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Designing Museum Experiences is a "how-to" book for creating visitor-centered museums that emotionally and intellectually connect with museum visitors, stakeholders, and donors. Museums are changing from static, monolithic, and encyclopedic institutions to institutions that are visitor-centric, with shared authority that allows museum and visitors to become co-creators in content creation. Museum content is also changing, from static content to dynamic, evolving content that is multi-cultural and transparent regarding the evolution of facts and histories, allowing multi-person interpretations of events. Designing Museum Experiences leads readers through the methods and tools of the three stages of a museum visit (Pre-visit, In-Person Visit, and Post-visit), with a goal of motivating visitors to return and revisit the museum in the future. This museum visitation loop creates meaningful intellectual, emotional, and experiential value for the visitor. Using the business-world-proven methodologies of user centered design, Museum Visitor Experience leads the reader through the process of creating value for the visitor. Providing consistent messaging at all touchpoints (website, social media, museum staff visitor services, museum signage, etc.) creates a trusted bond between visitor and museum. The tools used to increase understanding of and encourage empathy for the museum visitor, and understand visitor motivations include: Empathy Mapping, Personas, Audience segmentation, Visitor Journey Mapping, Service Design Blueprints, System Mapping, Content Mapping, Museum Context Mapping, Stakeholder Mapping, and the Visitor Value Proposition. In the end, the reason for using the tools is to empower visitors and meet their emotional and intellectual needs, with the goal of creating a lifelong bond between museum and visitor. This is especially important as museums face a new post COVID-19 reality; only the most nimble, visitor-centered museums are likely to survive. The companion website to Designing Museum Experiences features: Links to additional visitor-centered museum information Downloadable sample documents and templates Bibliography of sources for further reading Online glossary of museum visitor experience terms Daily checklists of "how-to" provide and receive visitor-centered experiences More than 50 associated Designing Museum Experiences documents

Museum of Art Carnegie Institute Collection Handbook

Author : Carnegie Institute. Museum of Art
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