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  1. The American Image: The Photographs of John Collier Jr.

    The American Image: The Photographs of John Collier Jr.

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    by Jim Spadaccini Published May 08 2007

    The American Image: The Photographs of John Collier Jr. was developed with a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology and College of Education’s Technology & Education Center (TEC) at the University of...

  2. Gregg Interactive Learning Studio

    Gregg Interactive Learning Studio

    Case Study

    by Todd Kent Published October 02 2007

    The Seacoast Science Center has created a unique distance learning facility, a true a marine education Classroom of the Future. Building on the Center’s dramatic seaside location, long-standing track record for high quality field exploration and...

  3. African Art

    African Art

    Review

    by Maria Mortati Published June 11 2008

    I'm about to date myself. It's been 20 years since I was at the DAM. While the building has completely changed the landscape I once knew, their African Arts exhibition is also revitalized and wonderful. We had about two hours before...

  4. The Deep

    The Deep

    Review

    by Mark Walhimer Published July 31 2008

    A friend reccomended that I visit the Hong Kong Science Center. Went on a Wednesday night, Wednesday is the free night at the Museum. Lots of families and young couples on dates. I started at the top floor and worked my way from the third floor to...

  5. National Aquarium Washington DC

    National Aquarium Washington DC

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    by Emma Lang Published February 14 2010

    The National Aquarium is often forgotten in the plethora of museums and visitor attractions Washington D.C. Tucked away in the basement of the Department of Commerce halfway between the National Museum of American History and the White House it is...

  6. State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda

    State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda

    Review

    by Hannah Hamill Published February 15 2010

    It’s been a while since my last visit to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM), so I decided to come back for a visit to their year-old temporary exhibition "State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda." This exhibition balances...

  7. Directions: John Gerrard

    Directions: John Gerrard

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    by Jennifer Paper Published February 16 2010

    As the snow started to fall, a snowfall that would accumulate to historic proportions here in Washington, DC, I took a detour on my route home from work to visit the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. What better way to welcome the...

  8. Donald W. Reynolds Education Center

    Donald W. Reynolds Education Center

    Review

    by Stephanie Fitzwater Published February 17 2010

    For people who know me, it’s not surprising to learn that Presidents Day is one of my favorite days of the year. I had visited Mt. Vernon a handful of times previously, but never with as much time or as much background knowledge from my museum...

  9. The Sant Ocean Hall

    The Sant Ocean Hall

    Review

    by Megan Southwood Published February 17 2010

    Media Creates Flow in the Sant Ocean Hall The Sant Ocean Hall is the newest and largest permanent exhibition at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. Although the exhibition opened in September 2008, and has already been the topic...

  10. Museo Pambata Video

    Museo Pambata Video

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    by Mark Walhimer on February 07, 2010

    My video of thoughts about Museo Pambata, Manila, Philippines. More photos at http://museumplanner.org/?p=313

  11. Atmosphere - a new exhibition about climate science at the Science Museum, London

    Atmosphere - a new exhibition about climate science at the Science Museum, London

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    by Dave Patten on January 21, 2011

    This is a link to the promotional video we made for the new Atmosphere exhibition at the Science Museum, London. It gives a good idea of what the gallery looks like and an overview of the content...

  12. Our Universes

    Our Universes

    Review

    by Reema Ghazi Published February 27 2011

    How may a museum communicate the beliefs and traditions of cultures alien to our own? It is a task embarked upon daily by myriad institutions, presenting challenges in how to reflect philosophies without biased perspectives, and how to encourage...

  13. Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan

    Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan

    Review

    by Timothy Rhue II Published March 01 2011

    “In Echoes of the Past, ancient sculptural masterpieces are united with a set of innovative digital components, including a video installation that offers an immersive, kinetic re-creation of one of the largest stone temples.” So claims the...

  14. State of Deception:The Power of Nazi Propaganda

    State of Deception:The Power of Nazi Propaganda

    Review

    by Mara Kurlandsky Published March 04 2011

    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is showing an exhibition that highlights the power of words and images to rally a nation behind evil acts. Utilizing a diverse array of multimedia and hundreds of artifacts, State of Deception: The Power of...

  15. Julia Child cooks up primordial soup

    Julia Child cooks up primordial soup

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    by Wendy Pollock on March 10, 2011

    In this National Air and Space Museum video from the mid-70s, Julia Child (using a butcher knife as pointer) cooks up the building blocks of life in her own kitchen (signing off with her usual"bon appetit...

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