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Friday, July 11, 2014

New Haven museums have the 'write stuff' - "Win Coveted Publication Awards"

 
The New England Museum Association said in a release that New Haven-area museums won awards in the 2014 Publication Awards Competition.
 
According to the release, the winners are:
 
  • In the Educational Publications, Materials & Kits category, Family Guide to the Exhibition "Beyond the New Township: Wooster Square" won Second Place.
  • In the Books category, Connecticut's Indigenous Peoples: What Archaeology, History, and Oral Traditions Teach Us About Their Communities and Cultures won Second Place.
  • In the Supplementary Materials category, Edwardian Opulence won First Place.
 
  • In the Invitations category, Francesco Vanni: Art in Late Renaissance Siena won Second Place.
  • In the Websites category, Yale University Art Gallery Website won Third Place.
 “These awards put each of the winning museums in very good company at the top ranks of our region’s institutions,” NEMA Executive Director Dan Yaeger said, also in the release. “Graphic communication is vital to connecting a museum with its community, so their success with publications reflects their success in their overall operations as well.”
 
Yaeger said, also in the release, that 168 publications from 57 museums entered in 20 different categories. "Competition winners will be recognized and exhibited at the 96th Annual NEMA Conference in Boston/Cambridge, Massachusetts November 19-21, 2014. "
 
 

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