Tagged with "natural history"

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  1. Kenneth E. Behring Family Hall of Mammals

    Kenneth E. Behring Family Hall of Mammals

    Review

    by J Campbell Published February 16 2010

    The Kenneth E. Behring Family Hall of Mammals is located off the rotunda at the National Museum of Natural History. This exhibit, completed in the early 2003, showcases traditional taxidermy in a non-traditional exhibition style for this subject...

  2. Lehi Sugar Factory, Wild West Room, Native American Room

    Lehi Sugar Factory, Wild West Room, Native American Room

    Review

    by Joanna Fisher Published June 23 2010

    A group of Exhibit people from different museums within about an hour of Salt Lake City (Joanna Fisher, Mark Ellis, David Stroud, Sandy Inman, and Tammy Spicer) have decided to improve our professional practice by using the Judging Exhibitions...

  3. Tour of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

    Tour of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

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    by Jim Spadaccini on February 03, 2010

    A 10 minute well-produced video tour of the dinosaurs at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Toward the end of the video you can go behind the scenes and see how they prepare some...

  4. Farmers, Warriors, Builders: The Hidden Life of Ants

    Farmers, Warriors, Builders: The Hidden Life of Ants

    Case Study

    by Angela Roberts Published June 17 2009

    The "Hidden Life of Ants" is a temporary exhibition on view through October 2009 that asks: What if we could see into the world of ants on their level? What would we learn? What parallels could we draw between them and us? We wanted to reveal their...

  5. Les survivants de l'extrême - Extreme survival

    Les survivants de l'extrême - Extreme survival

    Review

    by Agnes RUIZ Published April 27 2011

    This traveling exhibition is currently presented at Palais de la découverte (Universcience) in Paris, France. I am not a specialist regarding animals, but I have to admit that I really enjoyed this exhibition! I visited it with two others adults...

  6. The Horse

    The Horse

    Review

    by Beverly Serrell Published April 22 2011

    Review of The Horse by Beverly Serrell (BS), Barbara Becker (BB) and Dianne Hanau-Strain (DH-S) (The Horse is one in a series of exhibitions created as collaborations between the Field Museum and the American Museum of Natural History; others...

  7. The World's Largest Dinosaurs

    The World's Largest Dinosaurs

    Review

    by Debi Linton Published May 26 2011

    When I first realised that the latest exhibition at the American Museum of Natural history was going to feature a video in the centre of an open space, my heart sank. I envisioned a room of noise, with exhibits competing with each other, and the video...

  8. A Walk in the Wild: Continuing John Muir's Journey

    A Walk in the Wild: Continuing John Muir's Journey

    Review

    by Katherine Whitney Published November 30 2011

    On a recent day off from school I lured my 10-year-old son to Oakland Museum of California’s exhibit A Walk in the Wild: Continuing John Muir’s Journey. This ambitious exhibition sets out to cover a lot of bases, but my interest was how well it...

  9. Natural Histories: 400 Years of Scientific Illustration from the Museum’s Library

    Natural Histories: 400 Years of Scientific Illustration from the Museum’s Library

    Review

    by Luned Palmer Published April 07 2014

    This exhibition is a great example of how The American Museum of Natural History has really amazing stuff- an incredible collection- but their building could use some work. Scientific drawings culled from backstage are hung on (could it really still...