“Tim Burton” at the Museum of Modern Art

From New York Times article by Ken Johnson “Tim Burton’s career is the ultimate revenge of the art nerd. Mr. Burton, the self-professed alienated child of a dysfunctional family in Burbank, Calif., who funneled his loneliness, pain and grief into drawing cartoons, has found fame, fortune and a beautiful companion (Helena Bonham Carter) by telling cinematic tales of sensitive misfits …

Exhibition Review of the Indonesian National Museum

Medan Merdeka Barat 12 Jakarta 10110, Indonesia www.museumnasional.org 5 of 5 Stars Posted: December 1, 2009 Category: History Museum Museum Generation: Museum 1.0 Admission Price: 750 Rupiah Size: approximately 150,000  sq. ft. of exhibits Wheelchair Accessible: Yes My Review: To be honest wasn’t expecting much and was blown away!  Great Museum!  The Museum is in two parts the original building …

At 40, Exploratorium still leads in hands-on science

At 40, Exploratorium still leads in hands-on science By: Katie Worth Examiner November 1, 2009 SAN FRANCISCO — Legend has it that one day in the fall of 1969, Frank Oppenheimer was standing in the cavernous Palace of Fine Arts, tinkering with one of the exhibits he had invented for the hands-on science museum he had long dreamed of opening….