MUSEUM Magazine, Number 57 (2010 Fall)
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The issue's feature article, "Ancient Bronzes of the Asian Grasslands," explores the Arthur M. Sackler Foundation exhibit and brings to life the complex cultures that flourished across the Asian grasslands from northern China and Mongolia into Eastern Europe. It shows how they influenced and were influenced by the culture of dynastic China, illustrating the important role of the steppe peoples in facilitating trade and travel along the Silk Route across Asia. Other articles include an "Equine Art" exhibit description, "Missouri Folk Arts Program" 25th anniversary article, and a spotlight article on "Head of a Goddess." Other contents include "Events Calendar," "New Acquisitions," "From the Educator," and "Museum Associates."
Table of Contents
From the Director / Alex W. Barker (Director) -- Ancient bronzes of the Asian grasslands : from the Arthur M. Sackler Foundation -- Equine art / Mary Pixley (Associate Curator of European and American Art) -- Special exhibitions -- Events calendar -- Missouri Folk Arts Program / Lisa L. Higgins, Lisa L. (MFAP Director) -- New acquisitions -- From the Museum Educator / Cathy Callaway -- From the Academic Coordinator / Arthur Mehrhoff -- Museum Associates / Bruce Cox (Assistant Director, Museum Operations) -- Spotlight : head of a goddess / Benton Kidd (Associate Curator of Ancient Art).