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Brittani Richter Sum of the Parts; Art Exhibit I visited the Texas Tech Museum this past Sunday, September 7, 2008 to see the art exhibit call Sum of the Parts . The Sum of the Parts was one of the couple of art exhibits they had there Sunday. I went into this with the expectation of a traditional art exhibit with art all around the room and descriptions next to the artwork. I was very excited because I had never been to an art exhibit but I had read about them and seen them in movies. Although I really did not know what to think, I just sort of had a mental picture of what it might be like in the back of my head. One of three things I like the most of my visit to the Museum was the textile exhibit, the reason why I went to the museum in the first place. The just seemed to grab your attention with how they were placed in the room. The textiles where so colorful and so different from one another that, when they were just randomly placed it seemed almost as if they had a pattern going. Although there was no pattern at all, since each textile was so different from one and
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course IS 1101 taught by Professor N/a during the Fall '08 term at Texas Tech.

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