The Tang Teaching Museum!
Virtual Tours by Students
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So this is a town, As I mentioned in another video, It's an independent own museum, and it has over two thousand pieces in its collection, some dating as far back a sprinkle on me and Miss America, so really also meet a resource on campus. I love to come here and study when it's warm that have little tables and benches outside. It's a really nice quiet, please, that number what people know about for some reason, but I put it there like lesson mystery when it was still warm. Yeah, you basically really have taken damage of the warm months if you decide to come Skidmore. I get that all the time, all the time, all the time, because you don't You just have to study inside when this is happening. Also in the thing there is the tank party that happens, uh, like around the end of, uh, this semester. So the end of the year and there's like a lot of artists lines going on and like, he was like, I'm going to apply to see if I can get an installation done. Students are like, allowed to apply and, like, you know, have something actually happen on at the tank party so that I'm actually starting a project like a capstone project that hopefully end in an exhibition at the Tang. So the ting iss really, really amazing and really accessible your students independent. It's a teaching museum, so its entire purpose is to teach. Yeah, it's really solution, which is why we're walking so slow. So I just got back from the thing I was filming in the tank, and apparently you're not allowed to film within the thing. So there's a lot of photos from the thing in the Tang website, which I highly recommend you visit. I was basically just showing you how they have a lot of interactive exhibitions, which you khun go and study there. They also have a lot of exhibitions that are just like photography exhibitions or visiting artists and stuff like that. It's really cool because they often new projects with classes. So I'm taking a class about the border, and there's an exhibition about the Mexico U. S borders. There were writing labels for the exhibition, so it's just really, really cool. How intertwined them you see them is what's getting our life. Even though it's not Skidmore Museum and the way the tangos set up is really, really cool. It's really quiet, so really good place to study special in the interactive exhibition. So if you get a chance, you should definitely check their website out. I'd like to put some video, but I can't so.