Dinosaurs of Distinction: Dinomite Days
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BeschreibungIt has been 65 million years since dinosaurs last roamed the Earth. That changes in the summer of 2003 when Pittsburgh becomes a real-life "Jurassic Park"--with a twist. The city will play host to DinoMite Days, coordinated by Carnegie Museum of Natural History, a public art exhibition of brightly painted anc creatively decorated fiberglass dinosaurs. "Dinosaurs of Distinction tells the story of the event, and serves as a guidebook to the location of the one hundred sculptures that will populate Pittsburgh's streets, office buildings, parks, plazas, and gardens. The book is filled with color photographs, along with information about each dinosaur's artist and the name of each corporate "sponsaur." Once the beasts are auctioned off for charity in the fall, the book will also serve as the perfect keepsake of this brief return of dinosaurs to western Pennsylvania. Modeled after the immensely popular outdoor art exhibitions of cows, horses, pigs, and other animal sculptures in Chicago, New York, and other North American cities, this exhibition is the first to feature fiberglass models of dinosaurs, a choice that celebrates Pittsburgh's international reputation for scientific discover and innovation by drawing attention to the world-class dinosaur collection housed at Carnegie Museum of Natural History. There different species, "Tyrannosaurus rex, Stegosaurus, and "Stegosaurus, and "Torosaurus, will be represented, though none are life-sized. DinoMite Days will decorate Pittsburgh with a colorful display of local artistry, fueling the imaginations and delighting the senses of both children and adults. "Dinosaurs of Distinction documents the artistic process the led to the creation of theseMesozoic marvels, and provides interesting and relevant dinosaur facts that tie each design back to Carnegie Museum of Natural History's remarkable paleontology collections. Founded in 1895, Carnegie Museum of Natural History ranks among the six largest natural history museu
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: UNIV OF PITTSBURGH PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2004
Seitenanzahl: 120 Seiten