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Mastering A Museum Plan: Strategies For Exhibit Development

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Mastering a Museum Plan offers a methodology for the creation of museum installations, whether they are small exhibits or museum-wide presentations. Houtgraaf and Vitali draw on their own museum planning experience at Naturalis to highlight six key areas on which installation planning should focus: intellectual and narrative content, spatial organization, the roles of team ...more
Paperback, 90 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Altamira Press
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Aug 12, 2013 rated it really liked it
The writing style in this book was very dry and verging on boring (made worse by the awful choice of fonts and text layout). However, it did contain a lot of helpful information about developing a museum exhibit, describing each step along the way from initial idea to exhibit opening. There were also a number of very helpful charts and diagrams to help illustrate the ideas given.
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