I like contempory art and the museum currently has an Alexander Calder exhibit. Calder is known as the creator/inventer of the mobile. Mobiles, of course, are designed to change constantly because of wind, sunlite, even someone waking past them creating a change in the air flow. This museum, remarkably, had no air flow going. The pieces were totally static. You were instructed not to blow on them. I saw a grandfather walking his granddaughter, probabaly about 10 years old, thru the exhibit and she blew on a mobile. She was immediately yelled at by some kid 'guard'. Rediculous! This art is designed to move! Later, I was down on my hands and knees because I wanted to see how a large mobil was balanced and one of my hands happened to touch the outside of the platform the the mobile was standing on. I got yelled at!
All this yelling and not much pleasure (it's a very small exhibit, only about 40% of it Calder) and I had the 'honor' of paying $12.00 for the 'privilage' Never again.
It appears that the 'Second Sunday' of every month is free. Only go then----and try not to exhale.
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