I think the layout and various themes create serenity. Because the museum has open spaces and is surrounded by decorated walls, people are lost in their dreamy afternoons while appreciating masterpieces. Walking around the museum is like taking an excursion, you perceive unique attitudes from a distinct gallery. This museum has art culture and impression within space. In our daily lives, we are surrounded by strangers.
The prison camp has been restored and is now a museum with historic interpreters acting as if they were back in the 1800’s. Fort Delaware also includes a gift shop, archives, and a library that tourists may like to visit. Fort Delaware is also said to be haunted. Anything haunted usually brings many tourists whether it is a Delaware native or a Ghost Hunters television crew. Pea Patch is beneficial for Delaware because the state is getting profit from the prison camp and all the tourists who pass through.
Ned Kahn’s artwork is both soothing and undefined. He creates beautiful artwork using elements of nature and leaves it up to the people to interpret what they believe it is and what it means. Out of all his magical creations my favorite was Technorama Façade. I think it is amazing that he found and created a place that captures the patterns of turbulence in the wind. He uses mother nature as artwork and has allowed millions of people to enjoy what nature has to offer.
Leaving this room, we immediately noticed a small lovely white house nearby. We also saw the grave sites of Richard and Patricia Nixon, the beautiful rose garden, the lovely reflecting pool. Seeing a group of tourists ahead, we decided to join in so that we could get more specific information from the tour guide. Our tour guide was friendly and animated which made for a really fun tour. He patiently answered each of our questions throughout the tour and never skipped a beat even with such a large party like ours.
The surrounding area is densely populated. This made the Art Garage an attraction for both the locals and tourists. The interior of the museum was simplistic. The walls were painted white while the ceiling was the color black. The color choices were interesting because the walls and the ceiling made a huge contrast.
What caught my attention when I first walked into the auditorium was all the bright colors and the cheerful music playing in the background. The US couldn’t be any more different in the way that we celebrate the lives of our loves ones. Typically, mourning in the US is associated with dark colors and sadness. We don’t have a holiday that really celebrates our passed ancestors or loved ones the way that Mexico and Latin American counties do. Going to this exhibit really helped me see the difference in Dia De Los Muertos and the United State’s Halloween.
This chapter was the start of some very fascinating art that was first discovered during that time, this showed the genius and creativity of the people of what they could create, it represented not just their culture but their way of life. It also represented the ways that they served and viewed the world as a whole during this time. This chapter highlighted the many small status that was built during this time, they were are quiet remarkable to say the least for many things they could make art with. In one of our discussion questions, we talked about the famous women of Willendorf and what that state represented to the culture. I always thought this was the way people viewed females during this time but it could be looked at from multiple angles.
I enjoyed seeing all the pretend stores and looking at all the artifacts they had. It almost felt like I went back in time. Both museums were not crowded and there were free to the general public. I feel like the museums are in an perfect location in
In Act three of the play A midsummer night’s dream, Shakespeare explores how love creates confusions. In the forest, Puck’s magic brings about many of the most bizarre and hilarious situations in the play. When this Act opens, Oberon orders Puck to put love potion on Titania’s eyes when she falls asleep. After she wakes up, she sees Bottom, who is practicing the play, and falls in love with him simultaneously. She says to Bottom, “What angel wakes me from my flowery bed?” (3.1.113).
Baca created an exhibition area within open spaces that is accessible to the public and was able to raise the voices of people who could not be heard and revive history marked by individuals who were deemed invisible. The mural was a major art project for Baca and was a life changing experience for her and for the fellow members who participated in the creation of the mural. The process in making the Great Wall took a lot of effort and time by a countless number of folks who range from scholars to minorities, but Baca brought all participants in the idea of unity. The Great Wall of Los Angeles is a valuable monument that commemorates the harmony among people of different race and ethnic groups. There are more miles of empty walls in the concreted river that is left for the next youthful and