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Behind the Scenes at the Walters Art Museum: Images from the Hubble Space Telescope

  • October 28, 2013
  • By a2ru      
Work with the Walters and STSci staff to learn about the workings of a professional art museum while developing an exhibition


 

Dr. Elizabeth Rodini and Ben Tilghman offer this course, one anchored by innovative interdisciplinary and cross-institutional collaboration, at Johns Hopkins University. This course culminates in the organization of a small exhibition of images from the Hubble Space Telescope, and involves studying the university and Hubble, the aesthetics and significance of scientific imagery, and a variety of other topics. A team of experts from the Walters Art Museum as well as the Space Telescope Science Institute aids the course.

Download PDF: Behind the Scenes at the Walters Art Museum: Images from the Hubble Space Telescope (Syllabus)