Difference between revisions of "Maitland Museum"

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**Was intended to be a counter to growing fascination of Earth subjects.
 
**Was intended to be a counter to growing fascination of Earth subjects.
 
**Was probably also intended to be a counter to the Academy [[Museum]] study on [[The War]], though the curator denies it.
 
**Was probably also intended to be a counter to the Academy [[Museum]] study on [[The War]], though the curator denies it.
**Slated to include works by such artists as [[Felix Varn]] & [[Aiko Entrescore]].
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**Slated to include works by such artists as [[Felix Varn]]
**Will include a Museum Maze, and large interactive displays in the [[Taversen Hall]].
 
**The exhibit recieved little to no fanfare, and in fact it is unclear if it ran at all.
 
 
 
*21-SEP-06 - Award-winning author [[Skip Applebaum]] and his entourage were ejected for rowdiness.
 
**22-SEP-06 - Slow news day.
 
 
 
 
 
==References==
 
*article, 01-SEP-05 "[[Iona Rodie|Iona]] Interviews... [[Anja Marlowe]]" {{WaybackS1|www.perplexcitysentinel.com/archives/2005/09/iona_interviews_3.html}}
 
*article, 11-NOV-05 "[[Maitland]] Planning Counterpoint Exhibit" {{WaybackS1|www.perplexcitysentinel.com/archives/2005/11/maitland_planni.html}}
 
*article, 22-SEP-06 "[[Skip Applebaum|Prominent Author]] Ejected from [[Maitland Museum|Museum]]" {{WaybackS1|www.perplexcitysentinel.com/archives/2006/09/prominent_autho.html}}
 

Revision as of 15:16, 5 June 2007

General

  • Planned a so called "counter-exhibit" covering works of the modern era, in late 2005.
    • Was intended to be a counter to growing fascination of Earth subjects.
    • Was probably also intended to be a counter to the Academy Museum study on The War, though the curator denies it.
    • Slated to include works by such artists as Felix Varn