Museum Artifacts: How they were made and how they deteriorate On-line Course

Museum Artifacts: How they were made and how they deteriorate On-line Course

$499.00
SKU: ms213
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Description:

Every museum object is unique, but items made of similar materials share characteristics. Museum Artifacts gives participants an understanding of the materials and processes used to make objects - knowledge that better prepares them to decide how to care for their collections. Participants study two objects that represent all materials found in our museums. Through an in-depth analysis of their components, participants explore all possible objects found in any museum.

Course Outline:

1. Introduction

2. Organic Object: Aleut Hunting Regalia

3. Plant Materials

4. Animal Materials

5. Modified Organics

6. Inorganic Object: Art Deco Fireplace

7. Stone

8. Ceramic

9. Glass

10. Metal

11. Mixed Media

12. Conclusion

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Description:

Every museum object is unique, but items made of similar materials share characteristics. Museum Artifacts gives participants an understanding of the materials and processes used to make objects - knowledge that better prepares them to decide how to care for their collections. Participants study two objects that represent all materials found in our museums. Through an in-depth analysis of their components, participants explore all possible objects found in any museum.

Course Outline:

1. Introduction

2. Organic Object: Aleut Hunting Regalia

3. Plant Materials

4. Animal Materials

5. Modified Organics

6. Inorganic Object: Art Deco Fireplace

7. Stone

8. Ceramic

9. Glass

10. Metal

11. Mixed Media

12. Conclusion