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Mini Museum
Project Launched!

Mini Museum Project

The phone old booths at Harriman Hall are an incredible space to show art. Now, not only the phone booths have a new purpose but they also provide a teaching opportunity by engaging in conversations with students sitting in that particular space. The Mini Museum will display copies of famous art pieces throughout history. Every piece will have its own museum-like tag with information.  Students will be able to see how certain pieces would have looked in real life, some in smaller scale and some in the actual size. Some of the pieces I created myself and others I acquired for teaching purposes. 

 

See Exhibitions below

Spring 2024

Inspiring Legacies

A Tapestry of Black History and Culture

The exhibition focuses on the work and legacy of Black artists. The display consisted of small scale

replicas of:

  • Grillo by Jean-Michel Basquiat

  • Untitle by Jean-Michel Basquiat

  • The Banjo Player  by Henry Ossawa Tanner

  • It Takes a Village to Raise a Child 2

  • Resurrection

All the pieces in the exhibition were accompanied by additional materials such as pictures and museum tags.

Fall 2023
The Renaissance

The Renaissance was a time of profound creativity, cultural rebirth, and artistic innovation.

The display consisted of small scale replicas of:

  • The Mérode Altarpiece

  • Ghent Altarpiece

  • Da Vinci's  Mona Lisa

  • Da Vinci's Drawings

  • Michelangelo's David

  • Michelangelo's Pieta

All the pieces in the exhibition were accompanied by additional materials such as pictures and museum tags.

Spring 2024
Sculpture Through the Ages

The exhibition focuses on three pivotal eras in art history: Greek, Roman, and Renaissance. 

The display consisted of small scale replicas of:

  • Venus de Milo

  • Partial Bronze Statue of Septimius Severus

  • Marble statue of a woman

  • Statuette of Aphrodite (Louvre- Naples type)

  • The David

  • The Pieta

All the pieces in the exhibition were accompanied by additional materials such as pictures and museum tags.

Spring 2023
Explore the World of  Graffiti 

This exhibition explored the raw energy, creativity, and diverse expressions of graffiti artists who have transformed streets into living canvases.

The display consisted of small scale replicas of:

  • De la mujer que no ha perdido su instinto

  • It Takes a Village to Raise a Child 2

  • Resurrection

  • Brick Woman

  • Crack is Wack

  • Dancing Dog

  • Grillo (detail)

All the pieces in the exhibition were accompanied by additional materials such as pictures and museum tags.

Fall 2023
Echoes of Egypt

This Egyptian Art Exhibition embarked on a

mesmerizing journey through the sands of time. 

The display consisted of small scale replicas of:

  • Egyptian jewelery

  • The Shrine of Anubis found in Tutankhamun’s tomb

  • The mask of Tutankhamun (small scale detail) 

  • The Bust of Nefertiti (small scale detail) 

  • The Papyrus of Ani image is the “Weighing of the Heart” from the “Book of the Dead” of Ani

All the pieces in the exhibition were accompanied by additional materials such as pictures and museum tags.

Spring 2023

Paleolithic Art

The exhibition showcases the raw and primal beauty of Paleolithic Art, a period dating back to roughly 2.5 million years ago, ending around 10,000 BC. It features an array of artifacts from this era, including cave paintings, carvings, and small sculptures.

The display consisted of:

  • The Makapansgat pebble (Replica to scale)

  • The Venus of Willendorf (Replica to scale)

  • The Hall of Bulls Lascaux caves (small scale detail) 

  • The Lion Panel of Chauvet Caves  (small scale detail) 

All the pieces in the exhibition were accompanied by additional materials such as pictures and museum tags.

Spring 2023
Celebrating Black History Month

This exhibition was a captivating journey through time and culture as we celebrated

Black History Month.

The display consisted of:

  • The Thankful Poor by Henry Ossawa Tanner

  • Red Abstraction by Alma Thomas

  • Blast Off by Alma Thomas

  • Untitled by Jean-Michel Basquiat

  • Folk Musicians by Romare Bearden

  • The Dove by Romare Bearden.

All the pieces in the exhibition were accompanied by additional materials such as pictures and museum tags.

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