Exhibit Proposal Presentation

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Exhibit Proposal Presentation
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Belcoure, Jessica
Gornik, Vivian
Kimble, Amanda
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University of Florida

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Germany, 1898-1969
"Abessinien 1935-1936", [Album 3 of 4]
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April 11 th 2011 Amanda Kimble, Jessica Belcoure and Vivian Gornik

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Our four exhibit themes Object Check List The Layout Introductory Wall Text Examples of Object Labels Educational Outreach What will you see today?

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3 Photo Albums, with over 800 photographs. 1 Album of handwritten notes that correspond to photos in Albums 1 3 Misc. objects, including a film program, a handwritten letter and various copies of old German newspapers. A photographer, Dr. Martin Rikli who was many other things, including author and filmmaker. Setting the Scene:

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Of the several exhibitions we could do with these photos, which one should we choose ? Art Historical approach? Colonial Africa? Rikli as a person? Italy in Ethiopia?

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Introduce visitors to the people and places Martin Rikli encountered during his journey by: Casting the Characters and Scenes of Martin 1930s Ethiopian Photography We want to interpret Martin photo albums through the lens of a filmmaker. Characters and Scenes Conflicts and Resolutions

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characters and scenes fit into one of the following categories: Distinguished Characters Vacation and Leisure Exotic Ethiopia Culture Clashes A Four Act Exhibition

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Case by Case

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Distinguished Characters

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Vacation and Leisure

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Exotic Ethiopia

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Culture Clashes

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In all, we chose 31 photographs to put on display within the four themed areas. We also are supplementing the exhibition with other objects, including maps, the original albums, a film program, a letter written by Martin Rikli and various newspaper clippings that are relevant not only to Rikli Chosen Objects

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The Object Check List A copy of the object check list is included in the proposal packet.

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The Exhibit Space

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Smathers

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Our Floor Plan and Exhibit Design Clockwise: The overall exhibition space; side view of exhibit; the big center case; example of album case.

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Casting the Characters and Scenes of Dr. Martin Ethiopian Photography Introduces the reader to Dr. Martin Rikli and why he was in Ethiopia from 1935 1936. Addresses how many albums and photographs are in the collection. Briefly describes the broad range of subject material that photos cover. Invites the viewer to draw his/her own conclusions about Dr. Martin Rikli and his photographs. Intro Wall Text

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Theme Labels *Insert Snapshots of what posters will look like.

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Object Labels

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The brochure has three sections: The Collection The Photographer The Four Themes Our brochure also includes: Web links to the Smathers Library website Hypothetical dates for the Martin Rikli exhibition Library Hours Outreach Brochure

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AFS 2002: The African Experience Outreach African Studies

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Martin I think Martin Martin portrayal of Ethiopia Outreach Question/Answer Board

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*Insert last pitch? Closing Comments

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The End. Thank you for your time and attention.