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Shrunken TREASURES

Shrunken Treasures Case Drawing Examples

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Shrunken TREASURES

Shrunken Treasure Hunt Activity Version One Draft

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Fold me up to make a book!

Side One

Side Two

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Shrunken TREASURES

Shrunken Treasure Hunt Activity Version Two Drafts Side One

Cover

Side Two Interior

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Shrunken TREASURES

Shrunken Treasure Hunt Activity Version Three Drafts

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Shrunken TREASURES

Shrunken Treasure Hunt Activity Final

Tiny Challenges

Bonus Weekend Challenge! Go to the Japanese Arms and Armor gallery, Level 4, Hackerman House.

Bonus Weekend Challenge! Go to the Japanese Study, Level 3, Hackerman House.

TREASURE HUNT

Fold this paper on the dotted lines to create your own accordion book. How many different words can you think of that mean “small”?

Take very small steps in the galleries. What changes when you walk this way?

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Netsuke of a Tusk

Find this netsuke (net-skay) that was used in Japan to attach a container (called an inro) to the sash of a kimono. This netsuke is carved from a wild boar’s tusk. What materials are the other netsuke and inro in this room carved out of?

Okimono of a Pagoda

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Imagine you are an ant. How does the museum look to you?

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Find this golden pagoda that may seem big to you, but is much smaller than a real building! It has been turned into a cabinet to make it useful. What would you keep inside of this special container?

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Explore the museum in search of tiny treasures! Fold this paper into a guidebook to help you on your way!

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Shrunken TREASURES

Examples of other Shrunken Treasures Work

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Shrunken Sh hhrunkeen e TREASURE TRE EASU UR H T HUNT

Drawings of unusual wedges & supports

Shrunken TREASURE HUNT Take one!

Sketches of Treasure Hunt holder possibilies

Vinyl cutting files for Treasure Hunt holder

Take a closer look...

Please return magnifying glasses when finished!

Vinyl cutting files for magnifying glass holder

Sketch of paint for Shrunken Treasure Hunt Holder

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Shrunken TREASURES Photos of Installation

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Shrunken TREASURES Photos of Installation

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Some legends say that Laertes and Anticlea were Odysseus’s parents; others say that Sisyphus was his father.

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HEROES

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Use this tree to learn about the heroes’ families.

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Some legends say that Nemesis and Zeus were Helen’s parents, while others say that they were Leda and Zeus.

Orestes

Penelope

Some legends say that Laertes and Anticlea were Odysseus’s parents; others say that Sisyphus was his father.

Telemachos

Hermione

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HEROES Map Drafts

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HEROES

Personality Card Drafts

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HEROES

Personality Card Final Draft

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PowerCADD As-Hung Gallery Maps Exoticism Gallery, June and July

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PowerCADD As-Hung Gallery Maps Grand Salon, June and July

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Magnifying Stands Report

Sample Pages

One of the smaller tasks that I completed this summer was a report on the various commercially available free-standing magnifying glasses currently on the market. After researching these, I compiled an eight page report of their cost, materials, the website that sells them, and a photograph.

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Herman Maril Gallery Card!!Final Design

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Manuscript Gallery!Measurement Update and Model !"# +)&'($#

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Manfred Frank Case Report For this project I used one of the visits I made to the Smithsonian this summer as a fact-finding mission to get more information for Laura about the Manfred Frank Case system that they use there. I interviewed Mr. Rick Pelasara, the Exhibition Production Supervisor at the National Museum of the American Indian, since they have a machine there that builds Manfred Frank cases and since they use them quite a bit at the NMAI and at the Smithsonian’s other museums. I then compiled the information that I gained in a report including photographs and video of the cases, a list of the pros and cons, a sample case provided to me by Mr. Pelasara and a copy of the conservation testing that the Smithsonian had done on these cases. Manfred Frank Case Information:

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A 3’ x 3’ x 6’ case will complete 1 air transfer every 72 hours The Smithsonian uses Manfred Frank cases for displaying any objects except for papers and textiles Due to decreased labor costs the cases cost ! the price of a glued case The acrylic faces can be up to 4’ wide before a spacer/joiner bar will be required (and 10’ tall?) Faces can be joined together to make cases large enough to fit cars inside Faces can be composed of any material machineable by the Manfred Frank machine, including clear, colored or frosted acrylic, Sintra or wood (not recommended due to its expansion and contraction with humidity). Metal is not machineable by the Manfred Frank machine. One could have faces of different colors and/or materials on the same case Metal components may be anodized to change the color Cases can be disassembled and stored compactly Cases can be made to modular sizes and the pieces interchanged Cases very strong when assembled, even strong enough for a moderate-sized person to stand on without the case breaking or collapsing Scratches or breakage to the case can be easily, quickly and inexpensively repaired by replacing only the damaged parts, rather than the entire case Parts could be used to build cases with one open side or no open sides or of unusual configurations Cases can be put in place with one face open, the objects placed inside and then the case closed, rather than having to lift a glued vitrine up above an object, risking breakage All cases have the same key unless a unique one is ordered specifically, an order minimum applies

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Japanese CloisonnĂŠ Enamels Exhibition!Photo Scanning One of the small projects I completed this summer was to scan in some archival images of Japanese CloisonnĂŠ Enamels that will become photomurals for an upcoming show.

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Institutions Visited Summer 2009 During the course of my stay in Baltimore this summer I was able to visit a wide variety of museum and exhibition-related attractions, almost all of which I had never visited before. Below is a list of the places that I was able to visit during my internship this summer. Baltimore: Baltimore Museum of Art Contemporary Museum Enoch Pratt Free Library Bromo Seltzer Tower Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse Washington Monument American Visionary Art Museum Maryland Historical Society Maryland Science Center National Museum of Dentistry Walters Art Museum Washington DC: National Botanical Gardens United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden National Museum of the American Indian Freer Gallery of Art National Museum of Natural History National Air and Space Museum Philadelphia: The Franklin Institute

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http://www.victorialynnjones.com/professional/SummerReport.pdf

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