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For little museumgoers, picture-book art

By Denise Taylor
January 12, 2006

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The standard height for hanging artwork in a museum is 60 inches. But in one gallery at the Danforth Museum of Art, the hooks go in at 50 inches, and for good reason. Simply put, half their target audience is short, as in kid-sized. (Full article: 1526 words)

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