Craft and Folk Art Museum of Los Angeles

I had no idea this little museum existed in Los Angeles. What a find! It has one of the best museum gift shops ever and hosts lovely shows. The website has a schedule of great workshops I would love to participate in the future. I highly recommend visiting, with your whole family as the museum has something for everyone. We did not have any problem parking on the streets around it, and it also has parking available behind the building. http://cafam.org Katherine Grey 'As Clear As the Experience' The exhibition of glass work by Katherine Grey. https://katherine-gray.com/home.html Some of the pieces had olfactory and auditory experiences triggered by motion sensors that intrigued the kids and

King Tut Exhibition @ California Science Center

1. Exhibition Design I liked the design of this exhibition. The nature of these artifacts does not allow any interaction, but most of the cases were designed and installed to enable viewing from all directions. The narratives were installed both on top and at the eye level so the crowd that was not at very front could still enjoy reading the stories while they wait for their turn to be up close. It is a shame that the exhibition had to be split into two levels, but the transition was pretty smooth, with two intriguing shorts to greet the visitors at both entrances. The finale of the exhibit was impactfully located and installed with a meaningful message to walk away with. In the waiting area

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