museography

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museography

the enumeration and description of a museum’s collection. — museographer, museographist, n.
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The successful tenderer shall undertake to supply and install all the museographical lighting described in this specification for the permanent exhibition room ~living planet~ of the royal belgian institute of natural sciences .
Fans of the old museum may miss the more haphazard arrangement that permitted the illusion of personal discovery, though by Anglo-Saxon standards the new 18-room tour of 600 works is marvellously free of museographical interference.
Even retrospective exhibits organized within various institutions have often been no more than pious tributes to founding fathers, respectful of a soothing vulgate characteristic of the national museographical tradition (Georgel, 1994; Pommier, 1995; Joly and Compere-Morel, 1998).
Her 12-hour days leave her too exhausted to do much, then on weekends she has to attend every new exhibition, to see how other museums handle museographical issues -- which isn't exactly a chore, but still counts as work.
The Center also features an array of museographical display systems and technologies designed through its hi-tech museum to educate the general public on the life cycle of the giant sea turtle and the archeological findings at the site.
The museographical challenge was enormous, starting with the fact that it involved showing hundreds of tiles of almost identical size.
From all available evidence, this exhibition articulates a feminine sensibility that runs counter to the museographical codes (violence and the authority of modes of representation), though it is impossible to speak of a feminist rereading.
Contract notice: Public supply contract through open tender for the supply and installation of museographical lighting equipment for the permanent exhibition "living planet" of the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences of Belgium.
It will introduce an array of new museographical display systems and technologies in the Sultanate of Oman.
For example, Emmanuel Desveaux, director of research and education project of the new Quai Branly Museum, an institution created from the ashes of the Museum of Human Heritage and the Museum of African and Oceanic Arts, pays particular attention to the renewal of museographical presentation.
To feature this amazing natural and historical wealth Ras Al Jinz will offer to the tourists a Showroom which is going to be one of its kind, introducing an array of new museographical display systems and technologies in the Sultanate of Oman.
Supply, transfer and application of sub-base and metal brackets and subbase of the raised floor for support and installation free of antiquities of the organization timeless museum of larissa who will be housed in the city of larissa, mezourlo in place, and according to the approved museological and museographical study