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CEX 6110 : Materials, Finishes and Methods for Exhibition Design
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Corcoran Exhibition Design (CEX)
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ED-MA: Exhibition Design
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
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Materials, Finishes and Methods for Exhibition Design
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Materials, Finishes & Methods
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The range of building and finishing materials available for the design and construction of museum exhibitions and architectural interiors. Design and fabrication of exhibit components, based on considerations of design intent, function, aesthetics, and the visitor experience, as well as ADA guidelines, security, operations, and maintenance. Basics of organizing and preparing construction documents and specifications.
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