One wall of the museum is divided into nine separate sections, each devoted to the tenure of one of the museum’s curators. (The Daily Star/HO)
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The film, which is projected along two lengths of the walls of the museum's lecture hall, combines archival footage from the museum and the collection of its award-winning director/producer Aractingi.It follows the evolution of the museum under its nine curators, and the pieces in the museum collection, to which Aractingi aimed to give voice.One wall of the museum is divided into nine separate sections, each devoted to the tenure of one of the museum's curators, focusing on each curator, the president of the university at that time, and the major milestones in the museum's history.Badre told The Daily Star that the biggest challenge she had faced throughout her tenure was keeping the museum open during the Civil War, which began just as she took over as director of the museum.
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