exploratorium:

Meet the Tinkerer’s Clock: a massive, whimsical, kinetically sculptural clock featuring legions of tiny tinkerers at work. British artist and tinkerer Tim Hunkin discusses the clock’s inspiration and evolution.  

The magic of analog: The fantastical tinkering clock at the exploratorium.

Source: exploratorium

6exploratorium, analog, interactive,

The Psychology of Why Creative Work Hinges on Memory and Connecting the Unrelated f

Source: tumblr.com

#MAEXcorcoran #MVR students rocking out with axonometric translations of human forms in motion! #MAEXrocks #exhibitiondesign

6maexrocks, mvr, maexcorcoran, exhibitiondesign,

Rem’s Kit of Parts - Metropolis Magazine - September 2014 f

Oooof. Rough review Rem Koolhaas’s exhibition and book titled Elements at the Venice Biennale. It seems that Mr. Koolhaas suffers from the affliction of words.

6exhibition design,

Zaha Hadid to create maths gallery at London’s Science Museum http://www.dezeen.com/2014/09/10/zaha-hadid-maths-gallery-london-science-museum/ via @dezeen

This year in the MA/Exhibition Design Program we are exploring the medium of Exhibition through elements of narrative theory. While last year was our ‘year of audience’ this is our ‘year of narrative.’ I, and the faculty in MA/EX, were inspired and motivated by our visit to the MA Narrative Environments program at Central St. Martins in London last April.

Inherent in our exploration of narrative theory in the medium of Exhibition is a consideration of metaphor in architecture, spatial, and experiential design.

I am posting this video featured in an article in Dezeen about Zaha Hadid’s winning bid to design the new math(s) gallery at the Science Museum in London because of how evident the element metaphor is within this design concept. 

I frequently re-post items from one of my favorite Tumblrs: visualizingmath.  A quick look at their posts shows how deeply researched visualizations of math can translate into elements in the built environment. Zaha Hadid’s concept is clearly taking the metaphor of “exhibition as math” to new heights (literally.)

While I encourage my students to explore metaphor in the form of “exhibition as…” I am also keenly aware that with form must come function, and unfortunately I fear that Zaha Hadid’s design for the Maths Gallery will suffer from being high on concept and low on content. These initial plans are beautiful, to be sure, but I am curious to see how the functionality will hold up to the potential of the ‘medium of Exhibition.’

And, by the way, what is going on with the creepy ‘matron of maths’ in the middle of the room?

6exhibition as metaphor, exhibition, mediumofexhibition,

asianartmuseum:

"Go on, touch the art! How often do you get to touch the art in museums?" -docent in Gorgeous gallery

Gorgeous closes this Sunday 9/14. Come and touch “Untitled” (Golden) by Felix Gonzalez-Torres before it’s too late.

Source: asianartmuseum

6touch, small,

thisbelongsinamuseum:

Anyone else excited about the upcoming final season of Mad Men? It’s, like, my favourite television show ever, guys. I always think of my relative who was obsessed with Dallas and died before they found out who shot J.R., which means I have to live another 8 months or so. I think I can do it.
Anyway, the Museum of the City of New York has a new exhibition "Mac Conner: A New York Life" with more than 70 original works by the artist. Conner arrived in New York in 1950 and built a career in the city’s vibrant publishing and advertising industries with his crisp, hand-painted illustrations for women’s magazines like McCall’s, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan and more. He helped to create the image of the post-war American woman and redefine American style and culture. Conner, who is still with us at 100 years old, was a real life Mad Man, the Don Draper of his day…or actually more like Stan Rizzo, but you get the point. The exhibit, the first of its kind to celebrate the artist, includes the above images: “The Trouble With Love” (1952) from Good Housekeeping, “Killer in the Club Car” (1954) and “There’s Death for Remembrance” (1953) both from This Week, “How Do You Love Me” (1950) from Woman’s Home Companion, and “Hold On Tight” (1958) published in Redbook.

#exhibitstosee #placesiusedtowork And I agree about Mad Men.
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thisbelongsinamuseum:

Anyone else excited about the upcoming final season of Mad Men? It’s, like, my favourite television show ever, guys. I always think of my relative who was obsessed with Dallas and died before they found out who shot J.R., which means I have to live another 8 months or so. I think I can do it.
Anyway, the Museum of the City of New York has a new exhibition "Mac Conner: A New York Life" with more than 70 original works by the artist. Conner arrived in New York in 1950 and built a career in the city’s vibrant publishing and advertising industries with his crisp, hand-painted illustrations for women’s magazines like McCall’s, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan and more. He helped to create the image of the post-war American woman and redefine American style and culture. Conner, who is still with us at 100 years old, was a real life Mad Man, the Don Draper of his day…or actually more like Stan Rizzo, but you get the point. The exhibit, the first of its kind to celebrate the artist, includes the above images: “The Trouble With Love” (1952) from Good Housekeeping, “Killer in the Club Car” (1954) and “There’s Death for Remembrance” (1953) both from This Week, “How Do You Love Me” (1950) from Woman’s Home Companion, and “Hold On Tight” (1958) published in Redbook.

#exhibitstosee #placesiusedtowork And I agree about Mad Men.
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thisbelongsinamuseum:

Anyone else excited about the upcoming final season of Mad Men? It’s, like, my favourite television show ever, guys. I always think of my relative who was obsessed with Dallas and died before they found out who shot J.R., which means I have to live another 8 months or so. I think I can do it.
Anyway, the Museum of the City of New York has a new exhibition "Mac Conner: A New York Life" with more than 70 original works by the artist. Conner arrived in New York in 1950 and built a career in the city’s vibrant publishing and advertising industries with his crisp, hand-painted illustrations for women’s magazines like McCall’s, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan and more. He helped to create the image of the post-war American woman and redefine American style and culture. Conner, who is still with us at 100 years old, was a real life Mad Man, the Don Draper of his day…or actually more like Stan Rizzo, but you get the point. The exhibit, the first of its kind to celebrate the artist, includes the above images: “The Trouble With Love” (1952) from Good Housekeeping, “Killer in the Club Car” (1954) and “There’s Death for Remembrance” (1953) both from This Week, “How Do You Love Me” (1950) from Woman’s Home Companion, and “Hold On Tight” (1958) published in Redbook.

#exhibitstosee #placesiusedtowork And I agree about Mad Men.
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thisbelongsinamuseum:

Anyone else excited about the upcoming final season of Mad Men? It’s, like, my favourite television show ever, guys. I always think of my relative who was obsessed with Dallas and died before they found out who shot J.R., which means I have to live another 8 months or so. I think I can do it.
Anyway, the Museum of the City of New York has a new exhibition "Mac Conner: A New York Life" with more than 70 original works by the artist. Conner arrived in New York in 1950 and built a career in the city’s vibrant publishing and advertising industries with his crisp, hand-painted illustrations for women’s magazines like McCall’s, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan and more. He helped to create the image of the post-war American woman and redefine American style and culture. Conner, who is still with us at 100 years old, was a real life Mad Man, the Don Draper of his day…or actually more like Stan Rizzo, but you get the point. The exhibit, the first of its kind to celebrate the artist, includes the above images: “The Trouble With Love” (1952) from Good Housekeeping, “Killer in the Club Car” (1954) and “There’s Death for Remembrance” (1953) both from This Week, “How Do You Love Me” (1950) from Woman’s Home Companion, and “Hold On Tight” (1958) published in Redbook.

#exhibitstosee #placesiusedtowork And I agree about Mad Men.
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thisbelongsinamuseum:

Anyone else excited about the upcoming final season of Mad Men? It’s, like, my favourite television show ever, guys. I always think of my relative who was obsessed with Dallas and died before they found out who shot J.R., which means I have to live another 8 months or so. I think I can do it.
Anyway, the Museum of the City of New York has a new exhibition "Mac Conner: A New York Life" with more than 70 original works by the artist. Conner arrived in New York in 1950 and built a career in the city’s vibrant publishing and advertising industries with his crisp, hand-painted illustrations for women’s magazines like McCall’s, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan and more. He helped to create the image of the post-war American woman and redefine American style and culture. Conner, who is still with us at 100 years old, was a real life Mad Man, the Don Draper of his day…or actually more like Stan Rizzo, but you get the point. The exhibit, the first of its kind to celebrate the artist, includes the above images: “The Trouble With Love” (1952) from Good Housekeeping, “Killer in the Club Car” (1954) and “There’s Death for Remembrance” (1953) both from This Week, “How Do You Love Me” (1950) from Woman’s Home Companion, and “Hold On Tight” (1958) published in Redbook.

#exhibitstosee #placesiusedtowork And I agree about Mad Men.
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thisbelongsinamuseum:

Anyone else excited about the upcoming final season of Mad Men? It’s, like, my favourite television show ever, guys. I always think of my relative who was obsessed with Dallas and died before they found out who shot J.R., which means I have to live another 8 months or so. I think I can do it.

Anyway, the Museum of the City of New York has a new exhibition "Mac Conner: A New York Life" with more than 70 original works by the artist. Conner arrived in New York in 1950 and built a career in the city’s vibrant publishing and advertising industries with his crisp, hand-painted illustrations for women’s magazines like McCall’s, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan and more. He helped to create the image of the post-war American woman and redefine American style and culture. Conner, who is still with us at 100 years old, was a real life Mad Man, the Don Draper of his day…or actually more like Stan Rizzo, but you get the point. The exhibit, the first of its kind to celebrate the artist, includes the above images: “The Trouble With Love” (1952) from Good Housekeeping, “Killer in the Club Car” (1954) and “There’s Death for Remembrance” (1953) both from This Week, “How Do You Love Me” (1950) from Woman’s Home Companion, and “Hold On Tight” (1958) published in Redbook.

#exhibitstosee #placesiusedtowork And I agree about Mad Men.

Source: thisbelongsinamuseum

6exhibitstosee, small,

fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Mammal Monday, Okapi, also known as the forest giraffe or zebra giraffe. It is most closely related to the giraffe. Okapis have scent glands on each foot that produce a tar-like substance to mark their territory.

© The Field Museum, CSZ59325.

Okapi, mounted mammal specimen, Okapia johnstoni Hall 22 Case 22 African Mammals.

8x10 Interpositive

1928 

Ok, this is not exhibit-related, but it is me-related. This is an Okapi, like the ones from Zaire where I lived from ages 10 through 14. One of my favorite animals! #aboutClare

Source: fieldmuseumphotoarchives

6aboutclare,

explore-blog:

Fox’s Gardena tender wordless story about the gift of grace and the power of kindness to those kicked off, illustrated by French artist Princesse Camcam in lyrical cut-paper dioramas. 

Narrative Environments

Source: explore-blog

6Narrative Environments,

whitneymuseum:

Visitors who are blind or partially sighted and their companions joined us for a tour of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective conducted through verbal description and touch. Learn more about access programs at the Whitney.

Accessibility.
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whitneymuseum:

Visitors who are blind or partially sighted and their companions joined us for a tour of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective conducted through verbal description and touch. Learn more about access programs at the Whitney.

Accessibility.
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whitneymuseum:

Visitors who are blind or partially sighted and their companions joined us for a tour of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective conducted through verbal description and touch. Learn more about access programs at the Whitney.

Accessibility.
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whitneymuseum:

Visitors who are blind or partially sighted and their companions joined us for a tour of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective conducted through verbal description and touch. Learn more about access programs at the Whitney.

Accessibility.
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whitneymuseum:

Visitors who are blind or partially sighted and their companions joined us for a tour of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective conducted through verbal description and touch. Learn more about access programs at the Whitney.

Accessibility.
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whitneymuseum:

Visitors who are blind or partially sighted and their companions joined us for a tour of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective conducted through verbal description and touch. Learn more about access programs at the Whitney.

Accessibility.
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whitneymuseum:

Visitors who are blind or partially sighted and their companions joined us for a tour of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective conducted through verbal description and touch. Learn more about access programs at the Whitney.

Accessibility.

Source: whitneymuseum

6accessibility,

instagram:

Radical Self-Expression at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City

To view more photos and videos from Black Rock City, explore the Burning Man location page, browse the #BM2014 hashtag and follow @missjessrose on Instagram.

“It’s way more than you can imagine,” says Jessica Rose Yurasek (@missjessrose), describing Black Rock City, the site of the annual Burning Man festival. Each year, a global tribe of artists, makers, and performers converge in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, birthing a pop-up city of more than 60,000 “Burners” and their acts of radical self-expression.

In contrast to an inhospitable physical terrain, which ranges from scorching heat to torrential rain, Jessica sees Black Rock City as an inspirational place of generosity and creativity. The weeklong gathering culminates with the burning of a towering wooden effigy known at “the Man”, and then disperses, taking care to leave no trace in the desert.

“If we as humanity can build this,” she says, “then I have hope for our future.”

Talk about a narrative environment and experiential design! Ah. Burning Man.
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instagram:

Radical Self-Expression at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City

To view more photos and videos from Black Rock City, explore the Burning Man location page, browse the #BM2014 hashtag and follow @missjessrose on Instagram.

“It’s way more than you can imagine,” says Jessica Rose Yurasek (@missjessrose), describing Black Rock City, the site of the annual Burning Man festival. Each year, a global tribe of artists, makers, and performers converge in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, birthing a pop-up city of more than 60,000 “Burners” and their acts of radical self-expression.

In contrast to an inhospitable physical terrain, which ranges from scorching heat to torrential rain, Jessica sees Black Rock City as an inspirational place of generosity and creativity. The weeklong gathering culminates with the burning of a towering wooden effigy known at “the Man”, and then disperses, taking care to leave no trace in the desert.

“If we as humanity can build this,” she says, “then I have hope for our future.”

Talk about a narrative environment and experiential design! Ah. Burning Man.
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instagram:

Radical Self-Expression at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City

To view more photos and videos from Black Rock City, explore the Burning Man location page, browse the #BM2014 hashtag and follow @missjessrose on Instagram.

“It’s way more than you can imagine,” says Jessica Rose Yurasek (@missjessrose), describing Black Rock City, the site of the annual Burning Man festival. Each year, a global tribe of artists, makers, and performers converge in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, birthing a pop-up city of more than 60,000 “Burners” and their acts of radical self-expression.

In contrast to an inhospitable physical terrain, which ranges from scorching heat to torrential rain, Jessica sees Black Rock City as an inspirational place of generosity and creativity. The weeklong gathering culminates with the burning of a towering wooden effigy known at “the Man”, and then disperses, taking care to leave no trace in the desert.

“If we as humanity can build this,” she says, “then I have hope for our future.”

Talk about a narrative environment and experiential design! Ah. Burning Man.
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instagram:

Radical Self-Expression at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City

To view more photos and videos from Black Rock City, explore the Burning Man location page, browse the #BM2014 hashtag and follow @missjessrose on Instagram.

“It’s way more than you can imagine,” says Jessica Rose Yurasek (@missjessrose), describing Black Rock City, the site of the annual Burning Man festival. Each year, a global tribe of artists, makers, and performers converge in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, birthing a pop-up city of more than 60,000 “Burners” and their acts of radical self-expression.

In contrast to an inhospitable physical terrain, which ranges from scorching heat to torrential rain, Jessica sees Black Rock City as an inspirational place of generosity and creativity. The weeklong gathering culminates with the burning of a towering wooden effigy known at “the Man”, and then disperses, taking care to leave no trace in the desert.

“If we as humanity can build this,” she says, “then I have hope for our future.”

Talk about a narrative environment and experiential design! Ah. Burning Man.
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instagram:

Radical Self-Expression at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City

To view more photos and videos from Black Rock City, explore the Burning Man location page, browse the #BM2014 hashtag and follow @missjessrose on Instagram.

“It’s way more than you can imagine,” says Jessica Rose Yurasek (@missjessrose), describing Black Rock City, the site of the annual Burning Man festival. Each year, a global tribe of artists, makers, and performers converge in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, birthing a pop-up city of more than 60,000 “Burners” and their acts of radical self-expression.

In contrast to an inhospitable physical terrain, which ranges from scorching heat to torrential rain, Jessica sees Black Rock City as an inspirational place of generosity and creativity. The weeklong gathering culminates with the burning of a towering wooden effigy known at “the Man”, and then disperses, taking care to leave no trace in the desert.

“If we as humanity can build this,” she says, “then I have hope for our future.”

Talk about a narrative environment and experiential design! Ah. Burning Man.
ZoomInfo
instagram:

Radical Self-Expression at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City

To view more photos and videos from Black Rock City, explore the Burning Man location page, browse the #BM2014 hashtag and follow @missjessrose on Instagram.

“It’s way more than you can imagine,” says Jessica Rose Yurasek (@missjessrose), describing Black Rock City, the site of the annual Burning Man festival. Each year, a global tribe of artists, makers, and performers converge in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, birthing a pop-up city of more than 60,000 “Burners” and their acts of radical self-expression.

In contrast to an inhospitable physical terrain, which ranges from scorching heat to torrential rain, Jessica sees Black Rock City as an inspirational place of generosity and creativity. The weeklong gathering culminates with the burning of a towering wooden effigy known at “the Man”, and then disperses, taking care to leave no trace in the desert.

“If we as humanity can build this,” she says, “then I have hope for our future.”

Talk about a narrative environment and experiential design! Ah. Burning Man.
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instagram:

Radical Self-Expression at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City

To view more photos and videos from Black Rock City, explore the Burning Man location page, browse the #BM2014 hashtag and follow @missjessrose on Instagram.

“It’s way more than you can imagine,” says Jessica Rose Yurasek (@missjessrose), describing Black Rock City, the site of the annual Burning Man festival. Each year, a global tribe of artists, makers, and performers converge in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, birthing a pop-up city of more than 60,000 “Burners” and their acts of radical self-expression.

In contrast to an inhospitable physical terrain, which ranges from scorching heat to torrential rain, Jessica sees Black Rock City as an inspirational place of generosity and creativity. The weeklong gathering culminates with the burning of a towering wooden effigy known at “the Man”, and then disperses, taking care to leave no trace in the desert.

“If we as humanity can build this,” she says, “then I have hope for our future.”

Talk about a narrative environment and experiential design! Ah. Burning Man.

Source: instagram

6inspiration,

MA/EX Corcoran Orientation Day 1: Great work today from our incoming #MAEXcorcoran students! 

Today we explored thinking and modeling in 3D,  followed by a tour of the design offices of the National Gallery of Art! Thank you to Mark Leithauser and Donna Kirk for the inspirational tour and presentation about Exhibition Design at the National Gallery of Art. 

We ended our day with a design tour of two of my own exhibitions at the National Museum of American History: The First Ladies, and Food: Transforming the American Table, 1950-2000. 

More fun coming for Day 2 of orientation tomorrow!
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MA/EX Corcoran Orientation Day 1: Great work today from our incoming #MAEXcorcoran students! 

Today we explored thinking and modeling in 3D,  followed by a tour of the design offices of the National Gallery of Art! Thank you to Mark Leithauser and Donna Kirk for the inspirational tour and presentation about Exhibition Design at the National Gallery of Art. 

We ended our day with a design tour of two of my own exhibitions at the National Museum of American History: The First Ladies, and Food: Transforming the American Table, 1950-2000. 

More fun coming for Day 2 of orientation tomorrow!
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MA/EX Corcoran Orientation Day 1: Great work today from our incoming #MAEXcorcoran students! 

Today we explored thinking and modeling in 3D,  followed by a tour of the design offices of the National Gallery of Art! Thank you to Mark Leithauser and Donna Kirk for the inspirational tour and presentation about Exhibition Design at the National Gallery of Art. 

We ended our day with a design tour of two of my own exhibitions at the National Museum of American History: The First Ladies, and Food: Transforming the American Table, 1950-2000. 

More fun coming for Day 2 of orientation tomorrow!
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MA/EX Corcoran Orientation Day 1: Great work today from our incoming #MAEXcorcoran students! 

Today we explored thinking and modeling in 3D,  followed by a tour of the design offices of the National Gallery of Art! Thank you to Mark Leithauser and Donna Kirk for the inspirational tour and presentation about Exhibition Design at the National Gallery of Art. 

We ended our day with a design tour of two of my own exhibitions at the National Museum of American History: The First Ladies, and Food: Transforming the American Table, 1950-2000. 

More fun coming for Day 2 of orientation tomorrow!
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MA/EX Corcoran Orientation Day 1: Great work today from our incoming #MAEXcorcoran students! 

Today we explored thinking and modeling in 3D,  followed by a tour of the design offices of the National Gallery of Art! Thank you to Mark Leithauser and Donna Kirk for the inspirational tour and presentation about Exhibition Design at the National Gallery of Art. 

We ended our day with a design tour of two of my own exhibitions at the National Museum of American History: The First Ladies, and Food: Transforming the American Table, 1950-2000. 

More fun coming for Day 2 of orientation tomorrow!
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MA/EX Corcoran Orientation Day 1: Great work today from our incoming #MAEXcorcoran students! 

Today we explored thinking and modeling in 3D,  followed by a tour of the design offices of the National Gallery of Art! Thank you to Mark Leithauser and Donna Kirk for the inspirational tour and presentation about Exhibition Design at the National Gallery of Art. 

We ended our day with a design tour of two of my own exhibitions at the National Museum of American History: The First Ladies, and Food: Transforming the American Table, 1950-2000. 

More fun coming for Day 2 of orientation tomorrow!
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MA/EX Corcoran Orientation Day 1: Great work today from our incoming #MAEXcorcoran students! 

Today we explored thinking and modeling in 3D,  followed by a tour of the design offices of the National Gallery of Art! Thank you to Mark Leithauser and Donna Kirk for the inspirational tour and presentation about Exhibition Design at the National Gallery of Art. 

We ended our day with a design tour of two of my own exhibitions at the National Museum of American History: The First Ladies, and Food: Transforming the American Table, 1950-2000. 

More fun coming for Day 2 of orientation tomorrow!
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MA/EX Corcoran Orientation Day 1: Great work today from our incoming #MAEXcorcoran students! 

Today we explored thinking and modeling in 3D,  followed by a tour of the design offices of the National Gallery of Art! Thank you to Mark Leithauser and Donna Kirk for the inspirational tour and presentation about Exhibition Design at the National Gallery of Art. 

We ended our day with a design tour of two of my own exhibitions at the National Museum of American History: The First Ladies, and Food: Transforming the American Table, 1950-2000. 

More fun coming for Day 2 of orientation tomorrow!
ZoomInfo

MA/EX Corcoran Orientation Day 1: Great work today from our incoming #MAEXcorcoran students!

Today we explored thinking and modeling in 3D, followed by a tour of the design offices of the National Gallery of Art! Thank you to Mark Leithauser and Donna Kirk for the inspirational tour and presentation about Exhibition Design at the National Gallery of Art.

We ended our day with a design tour of two of my own exhibitions at the National Museum of American History: The First Ladies, and Food: Transforming the American Table, 1950-2000.

More fun coming for Day 2 of orientation tomorrow!

6maexcorcoran, orientation, thinkingin3d,

SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington
huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.
Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.
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SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington
huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.
Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.
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SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington
huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.
Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.
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SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington
huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.
Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.
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SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington
huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.
Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.
ZoomInfo
SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington
huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.
Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.
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SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington
huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.
Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.
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SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington
huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.
Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.
ZoomInfo
SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington
huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.
Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.
ZoomInfo

SOMETIMES MUSEUMS JUST STINK. #stinkymuseum #huntington

huntingtonlibrary:

We had our first stinky plant bloom back in 1999. It was beautiful, it was smelly, it was visited by throngs of fans, it was documented with a timelapse, and it was a media darling. IT EVEN STARRED IN ITS OWN VHS.

Gearing up for another big bloom.  Stay tuned.  Keep checking in here, on twitter, on instagram, and on our website.

Source: huntingtonlibrary

6trueinteractive, small,

dezeen:

The US Postal Service has had a face-lift by Grand Army »

#graphicdelight Check out this marvelous work by Grand Army for the US Postal Service on the “largest retail rebrand in American History.”

Source: dezeen.com

6graphic design, graphic delight,

dezeen:

Neon lurid colours illuminate this Nike pop-up shop »

Event marketing. Such fun.
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Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
ISO
200
Aperture
f/16
Exposure
2"
Focal Length
25mm
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