Cabinets of Wonder

The Museum Manifesto

Share your own wonder – Show your excitement on a subject to others. The main goal isn’t always to educate people, but to provide a sense of curiosity and discovery. Transform visitors – Give an access to new, unconventional contents. Make

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The Museum Manifesto

Share your own wonder – Show your excitement on a subject to others. The main goal isn’t always to educate people, but to provide a sense of curiosity and discovery. Transform visitors – Give an access to new, unconventional contents. Make

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The Poetry of Spaces – Poet’s House Challenge: Oakland

This project seeks to to explore how artful articulation through poetry might illuminate our relationship with the planet, by creating an interactive social space near Lake Merritt in Oakland, CA, that would invite the public to establish a deeper connection

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The Poetry of Spaces – Poet’s House Challenge: Oakland

This project seeks to to explore how artful articulation through poetry might illuminate our relationship with the planet, by creating an interactive social space near Lake Merritt in Oakland, CA, that would invite the public to establish a deeper connection

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Trip Report #5: An approach to the wild life

This time as an outdoor experience I headed to the Central Park Zoo. It is very interesting to think that a zoo is considered a museum, considering that the ‘collection’ consists on living beings. However, after my visit it became

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Trip Report #5: An approach to the wild life

This time as an outdoor experience I headed to the Central Park Zoo. It is very interesting to think that a zoo is considered a museum, considering that the ‘collection’ consists on living beings. However, after my visit it became

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Dream Art Exhibition

I like the idea of dream art exhibition as a link to one’s history, dreams and memory. As Holland Cotter writes in his article, “the only art I’m truly an expert on is art I’ve experienced firsthand”. Also, the art

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Dream Art Exhibition

I like the idea of dream art exhibition as a link to one’s history, dreams and memory. As Holland Cotter writes in his article, “the only art I’m truly an expert on is art I’ve experienced firsthand”. Also, the art

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Trip report #4: Art is business

In my trip report of an Art Museum I decided to visit the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), which is one of my favorite art museums. It must be one of the most visited museums in New York, and it

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Trip report #4: Art is business

In my trip report of an Art Museum I decided to visit the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), which is one of my favorite art museums. It must be one of the most visited museums in New York, and it

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Trip Report #3: Hands-On!

This weekend I spent most of my time at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) presenting a project with Cici at the World Maker Faire. The museum was very crowded during those days and the Maker Faire was using

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Trip Report #3: Hands-On!

This weekend I spent most of my time at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) presenting a project with Cici at the World Maker Faire. The museum was very crowded during those days and the Maker Faire was using

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Diorama: Space and Light

I was inspired by the dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History and how they try to create an immersive environment by using three-dimensional elements and also the background to create the illusion of depth. So I decided to

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Diorama: Space and Light

I was inspired by the dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History and how they try to create an immersive environment by using three-dimensional elements and also the background to create the illusion of depth. So I decided to

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Trip Report #2: The wonders of our planet and beyond

This week we visited the American Museum of National History (AMNH). Even though I had visited it before during my first days New York, this time I could focus on specific details, particularly in the behavior of some people walking

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Trip Report #2: The wonders of our planet and beyond

This week we visited the American Museum of National History (AMNH). Even though I had visited it before during my first days New York, this time I could focus on specific details, particularly in the behavior of some people walking

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Trip Report #1: From America to the Himalayas

For my first museum trip, I visited the National Museum of the American Indian, which is dedicated to the art and culture of the native inhabitants of North and South America and the Rubin Museum of Art, dedicated to art

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Trip Report #1: From America to the Himalayas

For my first museum trip, I visited the National Museum of the American Indian, which is dedicated to the art and culture of the native inhabitants of North and South America and the Rubin Museum of Art, dedicated to art

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