I very much enjoyed seeing the student presentations at the JSMA. Strong concept to ask interior architecture students to react with a work on works out of the collection of the JSMA. Seeing their final works together with the works out of the collection that inspired them was very nice. Those works were presented in a kind of museum setting. While the prototypes were places free in the room and free accesable. Having the opportunity to talk with the students about their work gave this pop-up exhibitions and extra layer. I was possitively surprised by the high quality of the student work. There definitively pieces that I would like to own.
It was very enjoyable--great activities for children before the film, and the movie was all age appropriate. I liked how it tied in with the theme that was celebrated at the Museum for the same holiday a few months back. The screen was very viewable and the sound was good. Thank you for this free movie and refreshments! It was great!
The Don't Touch My Hair exhibition and presentation was excellent. I left not seeing people anymore, but just seeing hair. Everybody I looked at was HAIR. The photography was beautiful. The talks were enlightening. (I would have been interested in a photo and talk by a person who covers their hair too. That seemed to me to be missing. Also, I wish the photos had had a whole big room of their own, not two narrow hallways.) Those are my only complaints. Everything else was marvelous and educational too. Even the tempe sticks were delicious.