Definition of museography in English:

museography

Syllabification: muse·og·ra·phy
Pronunciation: /ˌmyo͞ozēˈägrəfē
 
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noun

1 another term for museology.
More example sentences
  • Our proposal for the reorganization of the museum is not a novelty in the museography of the ancient funeral monuments, it is successfully applied in France, Germany, Greece, Hungary etc.
  • These projects, associated with new technologies, give us the possibility to elaborate proposals concretes for a new museography related to the slow design.
  • Aimed at the museum's staff, the formation - seminars, colloquium and study journeys - covers all the museology and museography fields.
1.1 rare The systematic description of objects in museums.

Derivatives

museographic

Pronunciation: /ˌmyo͞ozēəˈgrafik/
adjective
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  • His very ambition, in that context, implied a critique of the revolutionary museographic innovations of the first curators at the Louvre in the mid 1790s.
  • Other literary sources, while providing information about musical matters, tend to be technical, antiquarian, or museographic rather than historical.

museographical

Pronunciation: /ˌmyo͞ozēəˈgrafikəl/
adjective
More example sentences
  • From 1779, purchases and museographical projects demonstrate the imminence of its realisation.
  • The mushrooming of museographical training programmes was not followed by specialised curatorial training.
  • Restorations are now completed and we are working intensively on new museographical installations.

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