Cloisters Architecture — Demo Slideshow #1
The Architectural Details of the Cloister’s Museum
The Cloisters, part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, lets museum goers experience the art of the Medieval (and Renaissance) periods firsthand. This slideshow looks at a forgotten aspect of this museum — the architectural details of the building, which was assembled in pieces from Europe in the 1930s. It’s more castle than traditional museum. In this photo essay, we take a closer look at some of these architectural treasures.
Slideshow Demo #2 — Objects in the Cloisters Museum
Very Old Objects at the Cloisters Museum
When you think of ‘Art’ do you think of painting only? At the Cloister’s Museum, you can see different kinds of art from medieval times, including everyday objects. This slideshow shows off some of the ordinary things from a long time ago.
The Mystery of the Unicorn
The Unicorn Tapestries at the Cloister’s Museum
The mysterious Unicorn Tapestries at the Met’s Cloister’s Museum have puzzled museum visitors for 80 years. The tapestries tell a story of a unicorn who is hunted and captured. This slideshow looks that these famous tapestries, which have appeared in several Harry Potter movies.
Slideshow Demo. #4 — The Jim Henson Exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image (Astoria, QNS)
The Creator of the Muppets at The Museum of the Moving Image
This slideshow looks at an exhibition of the famous puppeteers work at The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens.
Slideshow Demo. #5 — The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens
Film and Media History in Queens
You Don’t Need to Go To Comic Con to Feed Your Inner TV and Media Geek
Star Trek? Star Wars? Old Video Games? Film Projectors? This slideshow looks at some of the amazing items in permanent collection at The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens including collectibles and items that show off the history of TV and media.