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Museum in a box projects

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Cavallaro students in classes 611 & 613 present their "mini- museum" creations for you to preview and enjoy!

Cavallaro students in classes 611 & 613 present their "mini- museum" creations for you to preview and enjoy!

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  • 1. Museum in a Box Produced and presented by Class 611 and Class 613 I.S. 281
  • 2. Developing Creativity and Self Expression
    • We cut, colored, researched and developed our ideas for this final presentation!
  • 3. Assigned Groups
    • 1. Selected a theme
    • 2. Researched items appropriate for our theme
    • 3. Cut and pasted
    • 3. Emailed attachments to gather our research
    • 4. Designed our museums &Prepared an Installations on pedestals
    • Presented our museum to the public
  • 4. PRESENTING THE STUDENTS’ WORK… 1. The Museum of Anthropology Presented by The Anthropology Girls! “We worked really hard on our museum and because of that we had a well finished museum.”
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  • 14. 2. Museum of Art
    • “We did 3 – D objects.” Everybody loved them!
    • -The “Incredible Kids” Team
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  • 22. 3.The Museum of Global Art
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  • 30. 4.The Museum of Astronomy
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  • 39. 5.The Museum of Modern and Antique Cars
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  • 49. 6. The Museum of Mexican and Guatemalteco Fashion
    • “We love jewelry and our home countries. It was fun to view all the different fashions rings, bracelets and necklaces of our cultures.”
    • - The “T n L” Team
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  • 54. Assorted stones for jewelry
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  • 57. 7. Museums of Weapons
    • “We learned respect for people and weapons”
    • - The “Top Gun” Team
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  • 65. 8. The Museum of Pakistan
    • “For the Museum of Pakistan Coins and Architecture we used actual coins. It was interesting to learn Fort Lahore is still in very good condition.”
    • - “The Future Architects” Team
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  • 72. 9. The Museum of “Mixture Modern” Art
    • “We all liked the pictures of the city …you see sparkles of light in the city of Las Vegas!”
    • The Angels
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  • 76. 10. The Rock and Roll History and Exotic Cars Museum
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  • 81. 11. Museum of Cartoons and Art
    • “We liked the pictures and putting them in the project. It was cool to see great works of art…like a dog sculpture with a real dog collar around the neck!”
    • - The “Cartoon Fans” Team
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  • 87. 12. Museum of Fashion
    • “We are the FASHION TIP TEAM and the experience was “crazy”. We didn’t agree on everything and had little fights from time to time, (about who was going to write a caption or who did the most work)…it was fun to get to an agreement. We also needed a lot of energy to put up all the pieces.”
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  • 90. 13. Museum of Horticulture
    • “We learned about flowers and also how to email attachments to our teacher. It was a creative experiment”.
    • - The BUSY BEES Team
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  • 96. 14. Museum of Dinosaurs and Fossils
    • “I had a lot of work to do, because I had the best attendance.”
    • - Digs Dinosaurs Team
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  • 102. Petrified Reptile
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  • 104. Specimen 5: faults and cervices in rock
  • 105. 15. The Museum of Egyptian Art
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  • 109. Egyptian Mummy
  • 110. 16. The Museum of Albanian Anthropology This museum is still under construction…
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  • 116. 16. The Museum of Planets and Galaxies
    • “It was great and I had a lot of fun working with all the stars and planets. I also found creative ways to decorate my museum.”
    • - The “Stars in My Eyes” Girl
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  • 123. 17. Museum of Oceanography
    • “I wanted my museum to be fun so I put up a picture of a whale splashing around and having fun”
    • - The “Sea Breeze” Girl
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  • 129. Following Contributions
    • Impressions in Clay
    • Anonymous (names unknown) artists
    • Unknown origin
    • Abstractions
    • Decorative arts
    • Sculpture
  • 130. Abstract Art Contribution by unknown artist
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  • 132. Abstract sculpture Unknown contributor
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  • 134. Hand made hand painted decorative jewelry
  • 135. We made everything from the boxes to the pedestals. We designed our installations and as curators we collected art from all over. Next time we visit a museum we will appreciate the the preparation as much as the artwork!
  • 136. Thank you for visiting We hope you are inspired to visit a great museum soon!

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