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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online. Why not leave a comment to share your thoughts and impressions with others?

I really enjoyed the people talking in the virtual tour and of the museum.

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Jolene Mantoan - 4.4.2013 - 3:04 PM
i think the outsider art was all trash,i prefer the other arts

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Addie - 4.4.2013 - 3:02 PM
I really liked Assemblage with Faces by Simon sparrow. It was so cool to see the action figures and beads and all the other stuff in the picture. I also liked a lot of the other pictures in the exhibit. I think I should come back again soon.

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Rebecca Mantoan - 4.4.2013 - 3:00 PM
Can't we come up with some way of expressing this without calling it"outsider" art? I hope that we can incorporate the sophistication of the spirit of this work.

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Myra - 4.4.2013 - 2:20 PM
Cool works

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Charlie - 4.3.2013 - 6:59 PM
sometimes it was very weird.

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Mikhael - 4.3.2013 - 6:12 PM
Some of the things wheir akward but the rest is ok.

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Anonymous - 4.3.2013 - 6:11 PM
Very good and interesting to discover new artists.Good to see their point of view of art.

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Mikhael - 4.3.2013 - 6:11 PM
My mother feels as though she could have made some of the art in this exhibition.

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Francesca S - 4.3.2013 - 5:39 PM
I LIKE YU GI OH

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ELLOY - 4.3.2013 - 4:26 PM
The chicken bone works were particularly striking, but the exhibit as a whole was wonderful. The audio tour made me feel like I was walking through a History Channel episode on outsider art and truly enhanced my experience, to say the least. The Johnny Carson clip of Jon Serl was hilarious! It's nice to see that the art community can appreciate the subtleties of what one might otherwise consider amateurish work; there is truly something special in each artist showcased here, and I'm glad that there is a movement dedicated to this body of work and an exhibit such as this for it.

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Mykk Hoffman - 4.3.2013 - 2:15 PM
it was cool and its my first time going here

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josh - 4.3.2013 - 12:57 PM
My six year old son enjoyed searching on the ipod for artist' work by number. This technology would be helpful throughout the museum to keep young children from touching the art.

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JoJo - 4.3.2013 - 12:57 PM
I really enjoyed the MUNCH exhibit!!!

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Jack Kearney - 4.3.2013 - 11:48 AM
Im off on an adventure!!!!!

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Bilbo Baggins - 4.3.2013 - 11:47 AM
Adela, anything that the mind can conceive in physical form, from the heart, no matter how practiced and skilled, is ART. Thanks for the visit. :0)

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iiiZA - 4.2.2013 - 3:25 PM
Clearly, art-making is a human imperative. We all have reasons for interpreting and expressing our experiences in creative ways. Thanks to Sheldon and Jill Bonovitz for recognizing the humanity in these artists and their works, for making them available to the public.

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Brenda - 4.2.2013 - 2:09 PM
I am9 years old and I like how some of the art work is very colorful and comes out to me. Art to me that people made just speaks to me because I love art and I know how to make some. I have been artist of the month in my school two times. From Emily

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Emily - 4.2.2013 - 11:36 AM
NOT SURE WHAT MADE THIS ART. I WOULD HAVE RATHER HAD THE AUDIO AVAILABLE FOR THE EUROPEAN ART EXHIBIT.THE ONLY PRO IS THAT MY 8 YEASR OPLD LIKED IT SO I GUESS IT IS HELPING HIM CREATE AN APPRECIATION FOR "ART"

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ADELA - 3.31.2013 - 4:34 PM
Did he eat all the chickens himself?

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Anonymous - 3.31.2013 - 1:37 PM

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