MUSEUM magazine, Number 54 (2009 Winter)
An exhibit called "Driven" focusing on artists with disabilities is this issue's featured article. Others include "Pre-Columbian Textile Art: Design that Speaks Today", a history of depictions of women in art called "The Sacred Feminine: Prehistory to Post-Modernity", a look at "Fifteen Years of the Missouri Folk Arts Graduate Internships", pictures of new acquisitions at the museum, spotlight on "An Apulian Askos" and columns from director Alex W. Barker, educator Cathy Callaway, academic coordinator Arthur Mehrhoff, and assistant director Bruce Cox.
Table of Contents
From the Director / Alex W. Barker (Director) -- Driven / Mary Pixley (Curator of European and American Art) -- Pre-Columbian textile art : design that speaks today -- Special exhibitions -- The sacred feminine : prehistory to post-modernity -- Events calendar -- Fifteen years of the Missouri Folk Arts graduate internships / Claire Schmidt, Claire (Graduate Student Intern, Folk Arts) -- New acquisitions -- From the Educator / Cathy Callaway -- From the Academic Coordinator / Arthur Mehrhoff -- Museum Associates / Bruce Cox (Assistant Director, Museum Operations) -- Spotlight : an Apulian Askos / Olivia Fales (Graduate Research Assistant in Ancient Art).