How to Visit a Museum

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Harry N. Abrams, Sep 30, 1985 - Art - 135 pages
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I believe that all museum-goers should develop their own storehouse of memories and impressions in the course of their lives. This can create in each of us a unique amalgam of esthetic experiences that will enrich our lives. My hope is that readers of this book will be helped to do so by seeing how this particular museum-goer has benefited in the course of developing his own experiences.

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It was very basic, but the ideas were sound and the pictures were beautiful!!! Read full review

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A very compelling glance into the cognitive personas of citizens for reasons relating to museum visitation. He highlights a few of these and provided useful tips for hot to visit a museum. What Finn ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
7
TO BE OR NOT TO BE ALONE
50
Planning your visit together Art and music Helping children enjoy their
68
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

David Finn is a sculptor. He's had numerous solo exhibitions in New York, London, Milan, and Hong Kong. Finn is the recipient of fellowship grants from the Bemis Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, North Carolina Arts Council, The National Endowment for the Arts, and the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation. Finn has taught sculpture at Wake Forest University since 1987 and is the Rubin Fellow in the Arts.

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