Tuesday, August 20, 2013


Our campground was near the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, so we cleaned up as much as we could and headed there one morning. It was a cool museum that was more interactive than the traditional art museum. Phoebe made a caterpillar in a kids' area that had ongoing art projects.
 This exhibit had a bird made entirely out of buttons stuck on the ends of pins.
You could drop buttons through the top and they would clink, clink, clink down through the other buttons and make a cool sound.
 One of our favorite exhibits was "Xu Bing: Phoenix." The artist used reclaimed factory parts and made huge dragon-like sculptures.
 Scott was inspired by the Sol LeWitt wall art exhibit and is convinced we need to do this at home.
 I liked that most of the art was kid-friendly/ touchable.

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