AN N EA M179

Cultural Heritage and Identity Representation: Creating Fowler and Virtual Exhibit

Description: (Same as Art History M179.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Exploration of what it takes to run museum and create exhibit. Introduction to different types of museum work, ranging from collecting and curation, to research, conservation, presentation, visitor experience, and management. Students jointly create exhibit based on Fowler Museum collection. Students research and discuss context and different stakeholders that relate to material under consideration. Consideration of narrative exhibit and how objects and their arrangement convey deliberate or accidental messages. Consideration of audiences as well as original context of each object. Focus on people behind objects, technologies, or material characteristics. P/NP or letter grading.

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