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Exhibition Resources for The Mint Museum

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Welcome to Mint Wiki! Brought to you by The Mint Museums Library!

 

 

What is a wiki? A wiki is a type of website that allows you, the user, to add or edit the content of the website - sort of a collaborative information resource. The most famous wiki is Wikipedia.

 

What this wiki will try to do is:

*1) Provide Mint Museum exhibition information and resources to a wider audience by doing it online, and

 

*2) Provide a place for curators, educators, docents and other users to add their expertise, knowledge and insight about the exhibitions in an immediate and accessible way!

 

For right now, editing and additions to the site are restricted. But, once we all get more familiar with using this tool and it appears to be helpful, we should be opening it up to more collaboration.

 

You can provide feedback by emailing the librarian, Joyce Weaver at joyce.weaver@themintmuseums.org! Thank you!

 

Check out our Exhibition wiki pages!

 

Current

 

Observations: A Retrospective Exhibition of Works by Ann Wolff

Lynn Saville: Night Visions

Point of View IV: Windgate Charitable Foundation

With a Grain of Salt:  Salt-glazed Stoneware in England and North Carolina

An American Vision: Henry Francis Du Pont's Winterthur Museum

 

Upcoming

 

Fiberart International 2007

Then and Now and In Between: A Gift from the American Ceramic Society

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