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Cottage Industry By The Contemporary Museum
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This catalog was published on the occasion of the exhibition Cottage Industry at the Contemporary Museum, Baltimore May 31- August 24, 2008. Cottage Industry features a number of artists and artist... More > collaboratives – including Lisa Anne Auerbach/The Tract House, Fritz Haeg/Edible Estates, The City Reliquary Museum, Christine Hill/Volksboutique, Sean Miller/The John Erickson Museum of Art, and Andrea Zittel/The Smock Shop - whose artistic output involves the creation of innovative and conceptually engaging business and cultural ventures, both actual and pseudo. With an entrepreneurial spirit, the artists in Cottage Industry combine commercial and personal interests as diverse as biking, knitting, horticulture, architecture, shop-keeping, and even museum management with a variety of artistic media and conceptual goals.< Less
The Elsewhere Storybook By Elsewhere Museum
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The Elsewhere Storybook tells the story of Elsewhere, a living museum set inside a former thrift-store in Greensboro, North Carolina. Visit goelsewhere.org for more info (ISBN: 10987654321)
Mill-ennial 2012 By Saco Museum
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This catalogue was produced in conjunction with the "2012 Mill-ennial: Celebrating the Art and Artists of the Cities on the Saco," prsented at the Saco Museum (Saco, Maine) and Engine... More > (Biddeford, Maine) April 6 through June 10, 2012. The 2012 Mill-ennial is the second in a series of exhibitions conceived by the Saco Museum in order to showcase new work by living artists connected to Saco, Biddeford, and Old Orchard Beach. Forty-eight works by 20 artists were selected by a panel of jurors, representing the range of materials, subjects, ideas,and inspirations explored by local artists. Jurors for the 2012 Mill-ennial were Ron Crusan, Director, Ogunquit Museum of American Art; Berri Kramer, President, Heartwood College of Art, Kennebunk; and Andres Verzosa, Director, Aucocisco Gallery, Portland.< Less
I Don't Do Boxes: Issue One By Elsewhere Museum
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I Don't Do Boxes is a magazine for and by queer youth, gathering stories from the southeast and beyond. This first issue gathers over 30 artworks, poems, stories, advice columns, essays and... More > photographs exploring queer southern experience. I Don’t Do Boxes is a project of QueerLab, a youth-led platform for digital storytelling at Elsewhere, a living museum in downtown Greensboro, NC. I Don’t Do Boxes is an Elsewhere collaboration with YouthSAFE and the Guilford Green Foundation. http://idontdoboxes.org/< Less
Dig It! Discovering Archaeology By Haffenreffer Museum
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Enabling teachers to broaden their tools for teaching about archaeology. Students will be introduced to archaeological methods with activities that cover math, science, and writing skills. Reading... More > content and activities are recommended for grades four through eight. Free electronic version available from our website at brown.edu/Haffenreffer.< Less
I Don't Do Boxes: Out Loud! By Elsewhere Museum
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The second issue of I Don’t Do Boxes, Out Loud!, brings together a diverse collection of stories, poems, artworks and sounds exploring LGBTQ experience. This issue invited queer youth,... More > musicians and artists to explore the power of voice in different ways. An accompanying compilation of music, sounds and recordings offer listeners everything from raucous punk anthems, to ambient noise experiments, queer oral histories, and queer-hop beats. Listen closely and you may hear yourself through the intimate stories shared. Out Loud! was edited and produced by a team of queer-identifying youth and community members at Elsewhere museum including: Peter Muniz, Bradley Durham, Megan Denton, Alyzza May, Brent Simoneaux, April Parker, Hillary Johnson, Morgan Beatty, Allen Moore, Peter Pendergrass, Kaye Hayes, Damon Shelton, Valerie Wiseman, Niina Cochran + Chris Kennedy. Visit idontdoboxes.org to learn more!< Less
Culture Connect: Experience the Cultures of the World By Haffenreffer Museum
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Free downloadable version available on our website at brown.edu/Haffenreffer. Enabling teachers to broaden their tools for teaching about multiculturalism. In this curriculum packet, students... More > will be introduced to the concept of culture and will learn about the Maya, Hmong, and Kiowa and Comanche cultures. Students will explore their own and their neighbors' cultures. Reading content recommended for all readers. Activities are recommended for grades one through eight.< Less
2010 Mill-ennial By Saco Museum
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The catalogue for the 2010 Mill-ennial exhibition presented at the Saco Museum and North Dam Mill, April 3 through June 13, 2010.
2010 Mill-ennial By Saco Museum
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The catalogue for the 2010 Mill-ennial exhibition presented at the Saco Museum and North Dam Mill, April 3 through June 13, 2010.
In Make-Believe Land By Purnell Museum
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The Julia A. Purnell Museum is proud to present the publication of "In Make-Believe Land," based on a 1932 children's story with whimsical illustrations, by the late Snow Hill native Julia... More > Hartmann Shockley.< Less

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