Establishment where works of art are stored and exhibited.
Room reserved for museum staff; it houses technical documentation related to the museum’s activities.
Large space that provides access to other rooms in the museum.
Hall designed for the public to attend lectures and audiovisual presentations.
Room where items for sale are displayed.
Counter where admission tickets are purchased.
Space designated for storing clothes, hats, umbrellas and so forth.
Room equipped with monitors so staff members can watch over a museum’s various rooms.
Place where tasks related to the management of museum services are carried out.
Superintendent: person who oversees the various museum services.
Curator: person who administers and is responsible for a museum’s collections.
Room where documents are stored for possible use.
Instrument that transmits an image of a room to the control center; it protects against theft and vandalism.
Three-dimensional artwork composed of elements arranged in a precise order, in keeping with the artist’s intention.
Artwork created from a material, which is worked to depict a given form.
Pictorial work usually executed on a canvas, which is stretched and then framed.
Room designed for the maintenance and restoration of artwork.
Area designed to receive artwork.
Facility for off-loading crates containing exhibition equipment.
Interactive computers with touch screens or keyboards that, with the visitor’s participation, provide a variety of information.
Room occasionally used to present audiovisual materials related to the exhibition’s artist or theme.
temporary exhibition rooms
Rooms designed to house short-term exhibitions of a given artist or theme.
permanent exhibition rooms
Rooms where the museum mounts long-term showings of the works in its collection.
Room where items such as books, periodicals and audio materials are classified for consultation or loan.
Rooms equipped with toilets and sinks.