Museum Issues

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Course No: 58.360; Last Offered: No Data;

Course Description

The art museum in the United States is a unique social institution because of its blend of public and private support and its intricate involvement with artists, art historians, collectors, the art market, and the government. This course will study the art museums history and status in our society today. Special consideration will be given to financial, legal and ethical issues that face art museums in our time. Short papers, oral reports and visits with directors, curators and other museum officials in nearby museums will be included along with a detailed study of a topic of ones choice.

Prerequisites & Notes

  • Prerequisites: 58.203 and 58.204
  • Special Notes: AE, HSA
  • Credits: 3;

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