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Le Mus é e d’Art de Columbus. La visite du 2 mars 2012: CIHS : Fr. 3 et 4. (En anglais:) 6 Things Students Need to Know…. 1. You don’t need to whisper in the museum. In fact, we want you to ask questions , have conversations, and give your opinion. .

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le mus e d art de columbus

Le Muséed’Art de Columbus

La visite du 2 mars 2012: CIHS: Fr. 3 et 4

en anglais 6 things students need to know
(En anglais:)6 Things Students Need to Know…
  • 1. You don’t need to whisper in the museum. In fact, we want you to ask questions, have conversations, and give your opinion.
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2. Some of our paintings and sculptures are very old and all of them are fragile. It is important to keep a respectful and safe distance from the artwork (at least 1 foot away). Help remind each other and your chaperones not to touch the artwork.

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3. You can take photographs while at the Museum, but we ask that you do not do so while on a tour.

When you take photos, please do not use the flash (bright light can hurt the art) and check with a gallery associate to make sure that the Museum owns the work of art (these are the only works of art that may be photographed)..

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4. Exploring the museum is more fun with friends. Stay with your group so you have someone to talk to about the art. Wear your name tag.

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5. Leave your backpacks at school or on the bus. You will need only a pen or pencil, camera phone . . . and your brain!

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6. Try to slow down in the Museum. You can see the art better if you walk rather than run.