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This practical handbook will enrich any student's museum visit, providing everything from a primer on museum etiquette to preparation tips on how to make the visit more constructive and enjoyable. THE MUSEUM EXPERIENCE includes: end-of-chapter activities that apply the principles learned in each chapter to online examples of renowned artwork; useful checklists covering the essential notes a student should take on a trip to the museum and revision ?musts? when writing a research paper or review; and diagrams showing students how to create an effective sketch. Other features include an appendix listing museums across the United States and around the world, a directory of art, architecture, and world culture Internet sites, and a glossary of art terms a student will encounter during a museum visit. This handy guide can be sold separately or bundled FREE with any new Wadsworth Cengage Learning Art/Humanities textbook.
Table of Contents
|Visiting a Museum|
|Selecting a Piece to Review|
|Responding to Art|
|Writing a Review|
|A Selection of Museums in the United States|
|A Selection of Museums Around the World|
|Websites and General Interest|
|Art-Related Web Resources|
|Architecture-Related Web Resources|
|Ancient Cultures on the Web. Glossary|
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