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Im Mittelpunkt unserer Bildungsarbeit steht das eigene künstlerisch-kreative Tun, das aus der Begegnung mit Berliner Museen heraus inspiriert ist. Über Kunst. Museumsmacher*innen stellen ihre Lieblingswerke vor. Allein im Museum. Der Corona-Lockdown nimmt kein Ende und zwingt uns zu Verzicht. Für ARTE haben​. Archäologie, Fotografie, moderne Kunst: Von Bielefeld bis Bonn und Aachen bis Siegen finden sich zahlreiche spannende Museen in NRW. WDR 3 zeigt Fotos.

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Es gibt einige Regeln im Museum. An diese Regeln müssen sich alle Besucher und Besucherinnen halten. Sie dürfen in der Ausstellung fotografieren. Aber: Sie​. Im Mittelpunkt unserer Bildungsarbeit steht das eigene künstlerisch-kreative Tun, das aus der Begegnung mit Berliner Museen heraus inspiriert ist. Über Kunst. Die Fachgruppe Naturwissenschaftliche Museen ist ein Gremium des Deutschen Museumsbunds. Die Fachgruppen und Arbeitskreise sind zentral für die.

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12/21/ · Directed by Shawn Levy. With Ben Stiller, Carla Gugino, Ricky Gervais, Dick Van Dyke. A newly recruited night security guard at the Museum of Natural History discovers that an ancient curse causes the animals and exhibits on display to come to life and wreak havoc/10(K). A museum (/ m juː ˈ z iː əm / mew-ZEE-əm; plural museums or, rarely, musea) is an institution that cares for (conserves) a collection of artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, historical, or scientific importance. Many public museums make these items available for public viewing through exhibits that may be permanent or temporary. The largest museums are located in . Barkal Museum Karima, Sudan visitor content from Harald Dyrkorn, Skarnes, Norway: Still Life of Flowers and a Glass Jug Siegfried Charoux-Museum Langenzersdorf, Austria visitor content from Leon Young, London, United Kingdom: Le Chateau des Aygues à Etretat (France) Collection du Château les Aygues Étretat, France.
Im Museum Madame Tussauds reviews. Added to Watchlist. User Ratings. The Nathaniel Buzolic lives in plains and open grassland, and is unsuited for either hunting or concealing itself in jungle or forest.

Linda Naeff was multitalented. She performed in plays, revues, and wrote prose and poetry. In she began to paint and later also worked as a sculptor.

She created several thousand works into old age: powerful paintings, drawings, clay sculptures that she was unable to fire without an oven, objects, collages, assemblages, boxes, and series of painted wooden boards.

She combined text and images as well as poetry with objects using a wide variety of materials. In third person interpretation, the interpreters openly acknowledge themselves to be a contemporary of the museum visitor.

The interpreter is not restricted by being in-character and can speak to the visitor about society from a modern-day perspective. The beginnings of the living history museum can be traced back to with the opening of the Skansen Museum near Stockholm, Sweden.

The museum's founder, Artur Hazelius , began the museum by using his personal collection of buildings and other cultural materials of pre-industrial society.

For years, living history museums were relatively nonexistent outside of Scandinavia , though some military garrisons in North America used some living history techniques.

Living history museums in the United States were initially established by entrepreneurs, such as John D. Rockefeller and Henry Ford , and since then have proliferated within the museum world.

Some of the earliest living history museums in the United States include Colonial Williamsburg , Greenfield Village , Conner Prairie Pioneer Settlement s , Old Sturbridge Village , and Plimoth Plantation Many living history farms and similar farm and agricultural museums have united under an association known as the Association for Living History, Farm, and Agricultural Museums ALHFAM.

Maritime museums are museums that specialize in the presentation of maritime history, culture, or archaeology. They explore the relationship between societies and certain bodies of water.

Just as there is a wide variety of museum types, there are also many different types of maritime museums. First, as mentioned above, maritime museums can be primarily archaeological.

These museums focus on the interpretation and preservation of shipwrecks and other artifacts recovered from a maritime setting. A second type is the maritime history museum, dedicated to educating the public about humanity's maritime past.

Examples are the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park and Mystic Seaport. Medical museums today are largely an extinct subtype of museum with a few notable exceptions, such as the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons in Glasgow, Scotland.

The origins of the medical museum date back to Renaissance cabinets of curiosities which often featured displays of human skeletal material and other materia medica.

Apothecaries and physicians collected specimens as a part of their professional activities and to increase their professional status among their peers.

In the United States, the nation's first hospital, the Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia, already had a collection of plaster casts and crayon drawings of the stages of pregnancy as early as Medical museums functioned as an integral part of medical students education through the 19th century and into the early 20th century.

Museums, like the Mütter Museum , added medical instruments and equipment to their collections to preserve and teach the history of the medical profession.

By the s, medical museums had reached their nadir and began to wane in their importance as institutes of medical knowledge and training.

Medical teaching shifted towards training medical students in hospitals and laboratories, and over the course of the 20th century most medical museums disappeared from the museum horizon.

The few surviving medical museums, like the Mütter Museum, have managed to survive by broadening their mission of preserving and disseminating medical knowledge to include the general public, rather than exclusively catering to medical professionals.

Memorial museums are museums dedicated both to educating the public about and commemorating a specific historic event, usually involving mass suffering.

The concept gained traction throughout the 20th century as a response to the numerous and well publicized mass atrocities committed during that century.

The events commemorated by memorial museums tend to involve mostly civilian victims who died under "morally problematic circumstances" that cannot easily be interpreted as heroic.

There are frequently unresolved issues concerning the identity, culpability, and punishment of the perpetrators of these killings and memorial museums often play an active research role aimed at benefiting both the victims and those prosecuting the perpetrators.

Although the concept of a memorial museum is largely a product of the 20th century, there are museums of this type that focus on events from other periods, an example being the House of Slaves Maisons des Esclaves in Senegal which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in and acts as a museum and memorial to the Atlantic slave trade.

Memorial museums differ from traditional history museums in several key ways, most notably in their dual mission to incorporate both a moral framework for and contextual explanations of an event.

While traditional history museums tend to be in neutral institutional settings, memorial museums are very often situated at the scene of the atrocity they seek to commemorate.

Memorial museums also often have close connections with, and advocate for, a specific clientele who have a special relationship to the event or its victims, such as family members or survivors, and regularly hold politically significant special events.

The following mission statement of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is typical in its focus on commemoration, education and advocacy:.

Military museums specialize in military histories; they are often organized from a national point of view, where a museum in a particular country will have displays organized around conflicts in which that country has taken part.

They typically include displays of weapons and other military equipment, uniforms , wartime propaganda , and exhibits on civilian life during wartime, and decorations , among others.

Army and the state National Guards operate 98 military history museums across the United States and three abroad. Mobile museum is a term applied to museums that make exhibitions from a vehicle- such as a van.

Some institutions, such as St. Vital Historical Society and the Walker Art Center , use the term to refer to a portion of their collection that travels to sites away from the museum for educational purposes.

Other mobile museums have no "home site", and use travel as their exclusive means of presentation. University of Louisiana in Lafayette has also created a mobile museum as part of the graduate program in History.

The project is called Museum on the Move. Museums of natural history and natural science typically exhibit work of the natural world.

The focus lies on nature and culture. Exhibitions educate the public on natural history , dinosaurs , zoology , oceanography , anthropology , and more.

Evolution , environmental issues, and biodiversity are major areas in natural science museums. Open-air museums collect and re-erect old buildings at large outdoor sites, usually in settings of re-created landscapes of the past.

The first one was King Oscar II 's collection near Oslo in Norway , opened in In , it was incorporated into the Norsk Folkemuseum.

A concept developed in the s, the pop-up museum is generally defined as a short term institution existing in a temporary space. Often, the pop-up concept relies solely on visitors to provide both the objects on display and the accompanying labels with the professionals or institution providing only the theme of the pop-up and the space in which to display the objects, an example of shared historical authority.

Due to the flexibility of the pop-up museums and their rejection of traditional structure, even these latter provisions need not be supplied by an institution; in some cases the themes have been chosen collectively by a committee of interested participants while exhibitions designated as pop-ups have been mounted in places as varied as community centers and even a walk-in closet.

Science museums and technology centers or technology museums revolve around scientific achievements, and marvels and their history. To explain complicated inventions, a combination of demonstrations, interactive programs and thought-provoking media are used.

Some museums may have exhibits on topics such as computers , aviation , railway museums , physics , astronomy , and the animal kingdom.

The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago is a very popular museum. Science museums traditionally emphasize cultural heritage through objects of intrinsic value, echoes of the 'curiosity cabinets' of the Renaissance period.

These early museums of science represented a fascination with collecting which emerged in the fifteenth century from 'an attempt to manage the empirical explosion of materials that wider dissemination of ancient texts, increased travel, voyages of discovery, and more systematic forms of communication and exchange had produced.

By the nineteenth century, science museums had flourished, and with it 'the capacity of exhibitionary representation to render the world as visible and ordered By the twentieth century, museums of science had built 'on their earlier emphasis on public education to present themselves as experts in the mediation between the obscure world of science and that of the public.

The nineteenth century also brought a proliferation of science museums with roots in technical and industrial heritage museums.

Information is carefully structured through engaging, interactive displays. Science centers include interactive exhibits that respond to the visitor's action and invite further response, as well as hands-on exhibits that do not offer feedback to the visitor, [] In general, science centers offer 'a decontextualized scattering of interactive exhibits, which can be thought of as exploring stations of ideas' [] usually presented in small rooms or galleries, with scant attention paid to applications of science, social political contexts, or moral and ethical implications.

By the s, these interactive science centers with their specialized hands-on galleries became prevalent.

The Exploratorium in San Francisco, and the Ontario Science Centre in , were two of the earliest examples of science centers dedicated to exploring scientific principles through hands-on exhibits.

In the United States practically every major city has a science center with a total annual visitation of million [] New technologies of display and new interpretive experiments mark these interactive science centers, and the mantra 'public understanding of science' aptly describes their central activity.

Science museums, in particular, may consist of planetaria , or large theatre usually built around a dome. Museums may have IMAX feature films, which may provide 3-D viewing or higher quality picture.

As a result, IMAX content provides a more immersive experience for people of all ages. Also new virtual museums, known as Net Museums , have recently been created.

These are usually websites belonging to real museums and containing photo galleries of items found in those real museums.

This new presentation is very useful for people living far away who wish to see the contents of these museums. A number of different museums exist to demonstrate a variety of topics.

Music museums may celebrate the life and work of composers or musicians , such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland , Ohio , or even the Rimsky-Korsakov Apartment and Museum in Saint Petersburg , Russia.

Other music museums include live music recitals, such as the Handel House Museum in London , England. In Glendale, Arizona , the Bead Museum [] fosters an appreciation and understanding of the global, historical, cultural, and artistic significance of beads and related artifacts dating as far back as 15, years.

Also residing in the American Southwest are living history towns such as Tombstone, Arizona. This historical town is home to a number of "living history" museums such as the O.

Corral and the Tombstone Epitaph in which visitors can learn about historical events from actors playing the parts of historical figures like Wyatt Earp , Doc Holliday , and John Clum.

Colonial Williamsburg in Williamsburg, Virginia , is another great example of a town devoted to preserving the story of America through reenactment.

South Korea is host to the world's first museum devoted to the history and development of organic farming , the Namyangju Organic Museum, with exhibit captions in both Korean and English, and which opened in The No Show Museum , based in Zurich and Johannesburg, is the world's first museum dedicated to nothing and its various manifestations throughout the history of art.

Museums targeted for youth, such as children's museums or toy museums in many parts of the world, often exhibit interactive and educational material on a wide array of topics, for example, the Museum of Toys and Automata in Spain.

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and the "Borusseum", the museum about Borussia Dortmund in Dortmund , Germany , are institutions of the sports category.

The Corning Museum of Glass is devoted to the art, history, and science of glass. The Great American Dollhouse Museum in Danville, Kentucky , depicts American social history in miniature.

In some cases, museums cover an extremely wide range of topics together, such as the Museum of World Treasures in Wichita, KS.

In other instances, museums emphasize regional culture and natural history, such as the Regional Museum of the National University of San Martin , Tarapoto, Peru.

The Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers shows the history and variety of an everyday item, whilst the Vagina Museum in London is the world's first bricks-and-mortar museum dedicated to gynaecological anatomy.

A development, with the expansion of the web , is the establishment of virtual museums and online exhibitions.

Online initiatives like the Virtual Museum of Canada [] and the National Museum of the United States Air Force provide physical museums with a web presence.

The art historian Griselda Pollock elaborated a virtual feminist museum, spreading between classical art to contemporary art. Some real life museums are also using the internet for virtual tours and exhibitions.

In , the Whitney Museum in New York organized what it called the first ever online Twitter museum tour. Although zoos and botanical gardens are not often thought of as museums, they are in fact "living museums".

They are also managed much like other museums and face the same challenges. Notable zoos include the San Diego Zoo , the London Zoo , Brookfield Zoo at Chicago, Berlin Zoological Garden , the Bronx Zoo in New York City, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden , Jardin des Plantes in Paris , and Zürich Zoologischer Garten in Switzerland.

Notable botanic gardens include The New York Botanical Garden , Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew , Brooklyn Botanic Garden , Chicago Botanic Garden , Taipei Botanical Garden , Bogor Botanical Garden , and Royal Botanical Gardens Ontario.

In the 21st century, there is a growing movement for the decolonisation of museums in the UK [] and around the world. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Institution that holds artifacts and other items of scientific, artistic, cultural or historical importance. For other uses, see Museum disambiguation.

For specific museums, see Historical Museum disambiguation. Further information: List of most visited museums. The examples and perspective in this article may not represent a worldwide view of the subject.

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April Learn how and when to remove this template message. See also: Museum planning and Interpretive planning. Main article: Exhibit design.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Ben Stiller Larry Daley Carla Gugino Rebecca Dick Van Dyke Cecil Mickey Rooney Gus Bill Cobbs Reginald Jake Cherry Nick Daley Ricky Gervais McPhee Robin Williams Teddy Roosevelt Kim Raver Erica Daley Patrick Gallagher Attila the Hun Rami Malek Ahkmenrah Pierfrancesco Favino Christopher Columbus Charlie Murphy Taxi Driver Steve Coogan The interior gallery spaces were designed by a team of Wilmotte Associates.

The museum was opened on November 22, by the then-emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad. At 91 years of age, the museum's architect, I. Pei had to be coaxed out of retirement to undertake this enterprise.

He traveled throughout the Muslim world on a six-month quest to learn about Muslim architecture and history and read Muslim texts to draw inspiration for his design.

Declining all proposed sites for the museum, he suggested a stand-alone island for the structure to avoid encroachments by other buildings in the future.

Along with this design team, Leslie E. Robertson Associates was the structural engineer for the project. The main building consists of the five floors, the main dome, and the central tower.

It is connected with the education ward via a large central court. Pei utilized creamy limestone for the outer facades to emphasize the various shades during the different times of the day.

The five floors are covered by a glass facade to the north, and it provides a panoramic view of the Persian Gulf.

The interior of the building is decorated by several Islamic arts, and the large metallic chandelier hung over the main staircase of the lobby.

Many elements found in Ibn Tulun Mosque are represented in the building as an abstract form.

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