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3D Printing a Custom Support for an 18th-century French Clock

3D scanning and printing have made their mark on popular culture in the past couple of years with eye-catching headlines like “Researchers Closing in on Printing 3D Hearts” and “Tools of Modern Gunmaking.” Many museums have also started using 3D printing to foster greater engagement and creativity between their visitors and collections. As a cultural […]

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Objects of Exchange: Dynamic Tagging

The online exhibition created by the Bard College Graduate Program of 37 First Nations objects from the Northwest Coast, used an innovative, interactive digital interface to communicate the complexity of varying conceptual and curatorial themes within a single collection. While usually curated exhibitions remain static in a museum gallery, Bard’s students devised a unique way […]

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