Mid-Pacific Insitute: Museum Studies

Museum Studies

The Museum Studies course helps eleventh and twelfth grade students master history and technology concepts through an innovative project-based curriculum. Using an Artec light scanner, high school students digitally capture historically significant artifacts in 3D, in an effort to understand the science of curating keepsakes.


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This year Mid-Pacific 11th and 12th graders in the Museum Studies course had the unique opportunity to scan and digitally preserve the historical "Blackened Canteen" using Artec light scanners. The "Blackened Canteen" is a symbol representing peace, courage, and reconciliation between the United States and Japan after WWII. It is used annually at a ceremony honoring the anniversary of Pe…

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