Museum magazine, Number 51 (2007 Fall)
This issues opens with a celebration of the Museum's 50th anniversary and a look at the celebratory display "Highlights from the Permanent Collection." Other articles include: "Art in the Basement" (a profile of a Mandingo artist living in Sierra Leone), "Daumier's Paris" (a look at 19th century Paris), and columns from museum director Alex W. Barker, academic coordinator Arthur Mehrhoff, curator Mary L. Pixley, educator Cathy Callaway, and museum assistant director Bruce Cox.
Table of Contents
From the Director / Alex W. Barker (Director) -- Fifty golden years : highlights from the permanent collection -- A golden milestone : The Museum of Art and Archaeology's first fifty years / Benton Kidd (Associate Curator of Ancient Art) -- Special exhibitions -- Events calendar -- Art in the basement : Mandingo Gara from Sierra Leone / Scott Mitchell (Graduate Student Intern, Folk Arts) -- Welcome : to our new curator / Mary L. Pixley (Curator of European and American Art) -- From the Educator / Cathy Callaway -- From the Academic Coordinator / Arthur Mehrhoff -- Daumier's Paris : life in the nineteenth-century city / Rebecca A. Dunham (ate Research Assistant of European and American Art -- Museum Associates / Cox, Bruce , Assistant Director, Museum Operations -- Spotlight / Stanton, Anne Rudloff , Associate Professor, Department of Art History and Archaeology