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What’s a good (hypothetical) name for a museum exhibit with Georgia O’Keffee and Dale Chihuly works?
I’m doing a project in my Museum Studies class, and my exhibit will have both Georgia O’Keffee and Dale Chihuly works. Only problem is, I can’t think of a good exhibit name for it. Any ideas would be appreciated!
I’d go for something straightforward and simple;
"Colour and Form".
I am doing a photo essay, using photos I took in a museum exhibit. What is the format I need to use in the bibliography? I don’t want to list each piece individually, because there are quite a few.
Exhibit of ____, ABC Museum, city or town, State. March 1-15, 200x
Design an exhibit focusing on the importance of biodiversity.
• Congratulations! You have been hired by the largest natural history museum in the world (Miller, 2005). Your first responsibility will be to design an exhibit that emphasizes the importance of biodiversity. The exhibit should focus on the region you have chosen for your final project and should introduce visitors to the causes of wildlife extinction as well as demonstrate ways wildlife extinction impacts our world. When outlining the causes, be sure to show the relationship between deforestation and wildlife extinction in this region and others. In the deforestation segment of your exhibit, you should show estimations of the current and potential impact of deforestation on world cultures. Finally, take the visitors from the land to the aquatic life zones. Describe methods that could be (or already are being) implemented to preserve the present level of aquatic biodiversity. Organize your proposed design in a presentation that you will submit to the museum’s board of trustees. Your presentation should consist of 10 to 15 PowerPoint® slides with detailed speaker’s notes. Citations of original works within the presentation must follow APA guidelines.
Ooh! Have I really been hired by the worlds largest natural history museum?! Just for visiting this question?! Score!