Cultural Event Report: Visiting a Museum
Humanities - World Culture I – HUM 111
December 11, 2011
On October 28, 2011 I attended a Cultural Event in my local area at the Augusta Museum of History called “Local Legends exhibition”; which is located in Augusta, Georgia. I attended alone, whereas I seen others coupled there was a large turnout I would say a hundred or people attended the event. My initial reaction upon arriving was did I make the correct choice in choosing this exhibition, Augusta has so many Museums and I didn’t realize it until I started passing back them as I was headed to the Museum of History, I ask myself which cultural event do I want to attend, will this exhibition that I’m attending be interesting and full of attractions that are captivating, exciting and ideal. Throughout, my visit to the Augusta Museum of History the most rewarding experiences that I’ve gathered are quite intriguing. One of which is the exhibition of the late Mr. James brown, known as “The Godfather of Soul.” “World-renowned music star James Brown (May 3, 1933 - December 25, 2006) called the Augusta-area home his entire life. Born in Augusta and maintaining a home in Beech Island, South Carolina until his death on Christmas Day in 2006, Brown maintained a business presence in Augusta while managing a steady international touring schedule. Local honors to the legendary musician include the renaming of the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center to James Brown Arena in September 2006, the renaming of 9th Street to James Brown Boulevard in 1993, and a life-size statue of the singer installed on Broad Street in May 2005.” (http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/people/james-brown#more) The exhibition featured rare memorable and personal artifacts which vividly tell the story of Brown’s rise to worldwide fame. The exhibit recounts the life of James Brown and highlights the events that led to his global fame. It shows artifacts...
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