Tagged with "animals"

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  1. Dazzling + Dangerous

    Dazzling + Dangerous

    Case Study

    by Beth Redmond-Jones Published April 12 2007

    Dazzling + Dangerous was the first immersive thematic exhibition mounted by the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California. This exhibition explored venomous aquatic and terrestrial animals, how animals uses venom for survival, how it is...

  2. Animal Eyes

    Animal Eyes

    Case Study

    by Beth Redmond-Jones Published April 12 2007

    Animal Eyes Do dogs see in color? Do cats see what we see? Do some animals have more than two eyes? Answers to questions like these were the subject of Animal Eyes, an exhibition that explored what we know about human and animal vision, as well as our...

  3. Hunters of the Sky

    Hunters of the Sky

    Case Study

    by Adele Binning Published February 06 2009

    Hunters of the Sky was a 5,000-7,000 sq. ft. exhibit. It consisted of about 100 exhibit components including a combination of interactives that helped visitors explore flight, anatomy, diet and other aspects of raptor biology, display cases with...

  4. Animal Instinct: Allegory, Allusion, and Anthropomorphism

    Animal Instinct: Allegory, Allusion, and Anthropomorphism


    by Amy Kirschke Published December 31 2010

    One of my favorite things about working in a museum is the opportunity to gain fresh perspective on a work of art from our collection when it is out on loan to another institution. So this past week I set out to visit the Milwaukee Art Museum’s...

  5. Sexual Nature

    Sexual Nature


    by Andrea Bandelli Published February 17 2011

    When it comes to exhibitions, sex is a big taboo for science museums. Sometimes they dare to dedicate a small set of exhibits or displays to the topic, usually looking only at the reproductive function of sex without including also the emotional and...