Exhibitions Department:Close Encounter

This blog entry was written by Louis Giberson, Assistant Preparator and museum extraordinaire "In my short time at the Brooks I have learned countless things. I have learned about handling, installing, packing and crating art objects, to mention a few. One of the greatest things about my job is shipping and receiving artwork. I get to learn how to construct crates built to international shipping standards and am challenged to craft each crate to precisely fit each work of art. ... Read More
Posted by Karen Davis at Tuesday, January 26, 2010
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Development Department:How Membership Makes the Difference

Why Membership? We at the Brooks love our visitors. The more people experiencing our collections and activities, the better. We are extremely excited about everything we offer, from art to events, and nothing brings us more joy than to have the community participate in each activity. Visiting the Brooks introduces you to the world of art and gives you a glimpse of all that is going on. One only has to look at our packed Calendar of Events to see that we have something for everyone. ... Read More
Posted by Karen Davis at Monday, January 11, 2010
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Education Department:Scholastic Awards

[caption id="attachment_1297" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption=" Marionette Doll , Alison Reber, 12th grade, Central High School, Best in Show, Senior Division, 2009"] [/caption] January brings an exciting time to the Education Department at the Brooks when the staff embarks on the annual Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards. Each year, nearly 2,000 works of art by 7th through 12th grade students from the tri-state area are reviewed by a panel of prestigious jurors. These judges will... Read More
Posted by Karen Davis at Monday, January 4, 2010
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