Part 1: Designing the Exhibition

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Activity 1B.1: Exhibition Visit
Art and Media Galleries Displayed Online
The exhibitions featured in the following museum Web sites include curatorial statements, podcasts, and/or online tours.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Exhibitions
Metropolitan Museum of Art: Special Exhibitions
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Exhibitions on View
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: Exhibitions
Digital Galleries and Exhibitions for Museums
The following exhibits were created especially for the Internet.
¡del Corazón! Latino Voices in American Art
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Virtual museum design by Lily X. Yang and Honglei Li, music composition by Philip Zhai
Voices and Images of California Art
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Interactive Features
Women of Renown: Female Heroes and Villains in the Prints of Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797–1861)
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Interactive Tours
Access from MFA Exhibitions:
Word / Poem / Picture: Words on One’s Sleeves
Los Angeles County Museum of Art Online Collections
Artists’ Digital Galleries and Exhibitions
Damon Bard Sculpture Studio
Web design by Velvet Blues Web Design
Ed Li Portfolio
Ester Hernandez Gallery
Web design by Jennifer Patankar
Natomas High School Design Department, San Francisco, California
(look under Galleries by Student)
Martha Jane Bradford Portfolio
Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas Portfolio
My Grandmothers
Miwa Yanagi
Tinfoil Games
Daniel Dociu
3-D Modeling Software
Photo-Sharing Web Sites
Smug Mug