To be perfectly honest, when I think of a museum, I often times think of boring old artwork on a wall for people to stare at. Generally, I'm more amazing at the price than I am at the artwork itself.
However, what I learned from Terri and even during table topics session is that each piece of artwork truly does have a story behind it. That story brings out the worth of what people would normally see as just different colors put together.
In general, museums hold a sentimental value that involves a sense of history, a story behind it all that we often times take for granted given how we're always looking for a quick fix of endorphins.
I realized that museums are indeed something to be appreciated by us. I'm looking forward to the next one I get to visit. Take a step back, and learn something new!
OPEN HOUSE AND HAPPY HOUR: August 14th Meeting at the Embarcadero YMCA, 6:30 PM
SF toastbuster's website
What makes a good website?
I like to think of it as an acronym - EAT (Easy, Access to, Information)
It doesn't always need to look amazing, it doesn't need to have fancy gadgets.