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Tag Archives: story

The Cummer Store: The Art Collector by Jan Wahl

Jun

26

Hardcover $15.95 Oscar loves looking at the art Great-Granny creates. But his own drawings never look the way he wants them to. So instead of making art, he decides to collect art. Over the years Oscar’s room becomes filled with beautiful paintings and drawings in every style and color, and he loves looking at it. From […]

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The Search for the Great American Museum Advocate

Sep

26

The American Alliance of Museums (AAM) is looking for compelling stories from museum visitors about how their lives have been touched. We want to hear your stories. We will choose the most…

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DIY Challenge: Inspired to Write

Aug

30

The piece below was written by one of our visitors, about one of her favorite pieces at the Museum. Please share with us, your own story inspired by your favorite piece of artwork.

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DIY Challenge #1: Creative Storytelling through Miradas!

Jun

22

For this challenge, we are asking you to choose one of the following images from our current exhibit: Miradas: Ancient Roots in Modern and Contemporary Mexican Art – works from the Bank of America Collection, and write the first few lines of…

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