Jun 23, 2020 Art & Collection Don’t miss a short clip of Charlie Chaplin’s 1936 film. Modern Times stars Chaplin as an assembly line worker struggling to survive the modern, industrialized world. Radical changes in technology, industry, and social roles transformed how people experienced the world in the twentieth century. During this time period, many artists, Chaplin included, found inspiration in these changes, either celebrating modern progress or questioning the effects of such rapid development. A video clip from Modern Times can be found on this wall. Photo by Ironside Photography / Stephen Ironside. 3. Texts in Spanish Photo by Ironside Photography / Stephen Ironside. We’re dedicated to welcoming all to experience the power of art and the beauty of nature and that means being thoughtful about the needs of our guests. If you’ve been through our permanent collection recently, you may have noticed that translation exists, but only in our Early American Art Galleries. After chatting with guests, we’re moving forward with making the museum bilingual, beginning with our Modern art collection. Open now, visit the museum to see the redesign in person, and let us know what you think. Don’t forget: the permanent collection is always free to visit! To read this post in Spanish, click here. This post was written by Brittany Johnson, interpretation specialist.