Host an Exhibit of Prehistoric Mammals and Ice Age Animals
To create an artistic exhibit of prehistoric mammals & ice age animals, schools and museums need genuine representations that are durable and accurately depicted. In the past, Archeologists thrilled to find prehistoric art painted in Ice Age caves across East, West and Central Europe.
Also found were fossils of prehistoric mammals & Ice Age animals like a woolly mammoth, Coelodontas, cave bear, Indricothere, and Denotherium to name a few. Many Ice Age horses, for example, were painted or sculpted from ivory.
It is interesting to note that the first images and art produced are determined by archeologists to appear in Europe about 35,000 years ago. Reindeer, bison, mammoths and horses were made by prehistoric hunters from clay. The renditions of these are created by modern artists for the purpose of expanding the history of the Oligocene and Miocene epochs across a wider spectrum of viewers, young and old, with an interest in prehistoric mammals & Ice Age animals.
Prehistoric Exhibits Encourage Studies
The benefit of a traveling exhibit of prehistoric creatures is the ease of facilitation, mobility, and convenience that encourages studies into specific epochs in history. Also, a traveling exhibit of these creatures creates a lasting impression of animal evolution, while defining the timelines of their existence on earth. A collage of prehistoric mammals and animals created in sequential timelines helps the viewers of these works of art to travel within each frame presented as part of the collage.
Where to Place an Exhibit
To increase the number of patrons, libraries, and historical museums can acquire a traveling exhibit and design entire programs around them. Create a program theme that captures the interest of students and patrons who attend exhibits. Displays these artistic prints prominently as a focal point of the program. These prints also make interesting displays at nature and discovery centers. Choose the duration of time for the exhibit to be displayed to give viewers an opportunity to study them in depth. These traveling exhibits add to general programs and aid in increasing much-needed funding.
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