[AIW] Expanded Objects of Exchange Website

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*Focus Gallery Online
Objects of Exchange*

The Bard Graduate Center is pleased to announce the launch of our first
expanded Focus Gallery website for the exhibition *Objects of Exchange:
Social and Material Transformation on the Late Nineteenth-Century Northwest
Coast*, that opened in January 2011. The new site provides a comprehensive
archive<http://www.bgc.bard.edu/gallery/gallery-at-bgc/past-exhibitions/focus-gallery-2/exhibition-2.html>
of
the exhibition as it was displayed: an "object gallery" featuring all the
loans from the American Museum of Natural History; the interpretive maps,
wall text, and object labels; an interactive digital
display<http://www.bgc.bard.edu/gallery/gallery-at-bgc/past-exhibitions/focus-gallery-2/interactive-tag.html>
that
was shown in the gallery; installation shots; a list of the public
programs; and a description of the catalogue (available from the BGC and
Yale University Press). In addition, the site featuresnew BGC student
research<http://www.bgc.bard.edu/gallery/gallery-at-bgc/past-exhibitions/focus-gallery-2/objects-exchange-features.html>
on
five additional objects from the AMNH, as well as audio and video
interviews with First Nations artists and
scholars<http://www.bgc.bard.edu/gallery/gallery-at-bgc/past-exhibitions/focus-gallery-2/interviews.html>
discussing
the objects and themes of the exhibition. Together with the catalogue, the
new website provides rich, multimedia documentation of the exhibit and a
valuable resource for educators.

Visit the expanded Objects of Exchange
website<http://www.bgc.bard.edu/gallery/gallery-at-bgc/past-exhibitions/focus-gallery-2.html>
.

Bard Graduate Center
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Image:
Attributed to Sdiihldaa/Simeon Stilthda (ca. 1799– 1889), Haida
Wood, paint, leather, metal
Collected by Israel W. Powell between 1880 and 1885
Donated by Heber R. Bishop
American Museum of Natural History 16/376

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