Have a look at our 1933 World's Fair Pinball machine! Still intact, all you need is five cents to play!
A pre-historic throwback: Renowned animal sculptor Louis Paul used revolutionary animaltronics on Sinclair's Dinoland dinosaurs in the '64 World's Fair. Three of the beasts could move their heads, necks, or jaws. See the dismantling of this poor Brachiosaurus just after the fair. Foto via New York Times
Because our upcoming exhibition is about World's Fairs we wanted to share a video of Miami's planned international exposition, Interama that never got realized.
As exhibition day approaches, students must make different design decisions such as framing. Here is a student observing a sample.
Mickey visits the collection and shares information about incoming pieces. Students engage in an insightful conversation with him, as they asked him how he began his interest in collecting art.
From paintings, rugs, lamps, drawings, tables, sculptures, figurines, marble busts, to wooden toilet seats! There is no limit to the treasures of the collection.Read More