Unformatted text preview: I had a much easier time observing the artwork upstairs, where we could not hear the audio, than I did downstairs. Also, it took me a while to realize that there was an upstairs to the gallery; at first I thought that upstairs was simply classrooms, and I only found the other area when I started wandering around the rest of the building. This was not my first time looking through the exhibit; I had already spent plenty of time looking at the paintings, and I was expecting to be somewhat bored this time around. However, during this repeat tour, I enjoyed myself more than I expected to. It was unusual looking through the museum just noticing how it was set up, and I found it a good experience. In general, I think that the Carnegie museum fits my idea of an art gallery perfectly. It fulfilled my expectations, and I am glad that I took the chance to look at it from that angle....
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- Fall '05
- Thought, Robert England, somewhat unfamiliar concept, Carnegie gallery