When space is small, the number of objects that one can view or learn about is limited including the number of people visiting. A small space denies individuals the opportunity to have adequate experience as opposed to a large space.
Some consideration that should be taken into account when arranging objects for a show in a museum include; educational purpose, state, and preservation facilities. Educational purpose should be a key factor when arranging objects in a showroom in a museum. Artifacts are arranged according to the educational purpose they delivered to the viewers (Danilov 108). The artifacts that are more educative are arranged in the first row followed by the ones that are less educative. Artifacts states should be considered since objects in poor states are not attractive.
There is a tin difference between art and craft as the two are based on diverse forms of creativity. However, the differences can be established on their definitions and how they are executed. Art is categorically defined as the form of work that expresses emotions while craft is defined as the form of work that results into an output that is tangible. Examples of craft work include moulding and carving among other forms. Artworks are open ended and unstructured in design and form while craft works are structured clearly and are visible. They can also be qualified as opposed to art works.
Today most functional art objects are as avidly obtained by collectors as their fine-art brethren, and are treasured for their beauty as well as their use value. For instance, ancient Chinese vases that performed their originally anticipated function such as displaying flowers which are valued for their historic and artistic value more than anything else.
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