[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
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
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
five additional objects from the AMNH, as well as audio and video
interviews with First Nations artists and
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

Bard Graduate Center
18 West 86th Street (between Columbus and Central Park West) New York City
T    212 501 3074
W   bgc.bard.edu/gallery
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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