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Posts Tagged ‘exhibition’

Très Expressif
January 31, 2017

40 years after it was first inaugurated, the Centre Pompidou is still able to surprise and stimulate discussion.

Keeping Busy In The Cultural Sector
April 12, 2016

Jessica Kropf is about to wrap-up her internship with Lord Cultural Resources, but it’s not the only thing she’s been up to. Meet someone who’s really learning everything she can about the cultural sector.

How to Have Your Public Develop an Exhibition
August 14, 2012

By Andrea Ott A new wave in the development and display of cultural projects is having your audience create and plan visitor experiences. It started in artistic production with examples…

Grand Opening of the Niagara Falls History Museum
August 8, 2012

By Lisa Dillon, In 2009, the City of Niagara Falls, in partnership with the Niagara Falls Board of Museums, embarked on a major renovation and capital expansion project for the…

ROM’s Ultimate Dinosaurs
July 24, 2012

By Jacqueline Tang Last week I visited ROM’s latest and largest exhibit on dinosaurs – Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana. The exhibit features a range of dinosaur skeletons from the…

It's all Fun and Games Until Nothing Happens…
December 13, 2011

By Ngaire Blankenberg There is nothing more frustrating or potentially insulting – than a faulty interactive…   A client and I recently visited a major ‘audio-visual monument’ that had been…

Do Adults Really Want to Play in a Museum?
January 21, 2011

by Ngaire Blankenberg I’m thinking about interactive museum exhibitions. Of course, everyone who is recommending an interpretive approach will include ‘interactives’ as a ‘category’ of exhibition, to meet the needs…

Hitler Exhibition Ushers in New Phase for German Museums
November 16, 2010

by Cathy Leekam The first German exhibition since the Second World War to deal exclusively with the subject of Adolf Hitler opened on October 15, 2010 at the German Historical…

The World’s Largest Egyptian Antiquities Museum Construction Project – Grand Egyptian Museum
August 23, 2010

By Maria Piacente, VP Exhibitions, Lord Cultural Resources Lord Cultural Resources is on the team of the joint venture between Hill International and EHAF Consulting Engineers contracted by the Ministry…

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