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The Museum Experience is now available by regions of the country! This practical handbook will enrich your museum visits, providing everything from a primer on museum etiquette to preparation tips on how to make the visit more constructive. Individual museums within the region are discussed including a review of its background, collection, and highlights. A handy appendix lists by state prominent museums throughout the U.S.
Table of Contents
|The Museum Experience|
|Visiting a Museum||p. 1|
|Selecting a Piece to Review||p. 11|
|Responding to Art||p. 19|
|Writing a Review||p. 26|
|Museums in the Southeast|
|Major Museums in the Southeast||p. 37|
|Birmingham Museum of Art||p. 37|
|John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art||p. 39|
|High Museum of Art||p. 41|
|The Speed Art Museum||p. 43|
|Nasher Museum of Art||p. 45|
|Gibbes Museum of Art||p. 47|
|Memphis Brooks Museum of Art||p. 49|
|Chrysler Museum of Art||p. 51|
|Other Museums in the Southeast||p. 53|
|North Carolina||p. 69|
|South Carolina||p. 71|
|Selection of Museums in the United States||p. 78|
|Selection of Museums Around the World||p. 108|
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