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  1. Making Models

    Making Models

    Case Study

    by Christine Reich Published April 18 2007

    For more than a decade, the Museum of Science was engaged in a major, long-term exhibition plan called "Science is an Activity" that aimed to engage visitors in activities that fostered science thinking skills. Making Models was the fourth and final...

  2. Dialogue in the Dark: An exhibition to discover the unseen

    Dialogue in the Dark: An exhibition to discover the unseen

    Review

    by Diana Issidorides Published May 23 2007

    Few exhibitions have left such a lasting impression on me as the one I couldn't see. I didn't see "Dialogue in the Dark" on a late summer day in 1997. As I entered the exhibition boat docked at the Amsterdam harbour, I was thrown from bright...

  3. Pictures of Sound

    Pictures of Sound

    Case Study

    by David Bailey Published June 25 2007

    One of the toughest challenges we had working on the Wild Music exhibition was adhering to our goal of creating exhibits that were accessible to visually impaired people. Knowing that the primary activity for many of the exhibits would be listening to...