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Shared Symbols and Cultural Identity: The Goddess Tyche on Coins from the Roman Province of Syria
Coins of every rank from Roman imperial to the smallest denomination of bronze depicting Tyche, the goddess who represented and protected a given city, can be found throughout the Roman Empire from its inception until its ...
Occupy Plop Art: Public Sculpture as Site of Antagonism
In large cities today, prominent buildings are almost expected to have a sculpture in the middle of the plaza in front of it. While public sculpture has noble, community-oriented goals – to bring art to a wider audience, ...
Techno-Culture and Education Design in the Museum
This paper contributes to the conversation on museum education by examining how educators can engage learners in a world with digital networks. After World War II, many scholars agreed that the purpose of museums was to ...
The Gazette du Bon Ton and the 1915 War Issue: Aligning Art and Commerce Through Fashion Illustration
Amid news of men in the trenches of the First World War, and encroaching German soldiers, a group of couturiers, fashion illustrators, and writers huddled together at the Studium’s press in Paris to create the 1915 special ...