A son of the president of a university dedicated an Art Museum to a university he was once an alumnus in. The son was a rich investor in a Bank and gave the Art Museum his small high quality collections of art. He worked as the art museum director without payments until he passed away. During his management to the museum, he collection some art pieces from other universities. The museum’s visitors were very limited. After the death of the founder, the university wanted to hire a new manager. While the university was doing its searching for the new manager, there was a graduate from Art History Faculty who took over the management temporarily. Miss Kirkoff was the new manager, she took over everything since the day she started working although she had no official position. Later, they gave her the position and she integrated the university’s work with the museum and she remodeled the building by making classrooms in the museum. She also built one of the finest research libraries in the country. She did different exhibitions in the museum and she made members from the university’s art faculty to write a catalogue for each one. The exhibitions were successful. Miss kirkoff also did lectures in which members of the university presented different subjects to audience, the lectures were very successful that they attracted 300-500 The museum also offered seminars and courses and they were one of the most rapidly growing educational features at the university. The museum was very successful that the manager was able to collect funds. After she turned 68, she retired leaving a letter recommending a new professional director and not a director that was an amateur like herself when she first got hired. A committee took over the recruiting process and assigned a previously graduate from the university and had a PhD in Art and History Museum Work. The new manager turned the museum into a lively community oriented one that attracted a lot of people. The new...
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