Watch the growth of London from its origins as a Roman town, to the modern megacity of today. Click here to see more.
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The fruit of decades of artistic-scientific labors is now available in a free online archive! Between 1916 and 1953 Department of Tropical Research field artists created these 2,200 illustrations of living and non-living specimens, now available to the viewing public. Click here to see more.
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Four musicians, one instrument... In this video the Wiener Cello ensemble 5 + 1 (a nontraditional cello ensemble), founded by the Vienna Philharmonic‘s Gerhard Kaufmann, presents an unconventional performance of Ravel’s Bolero. Click here to see more.
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This friendly felt dragon is hand-sewn from three shades of blueish-green felt for a tonal look, and is a great intermediate project. Click here to see more.
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Now Streaming through April 11, 2021, this Tony Award-winning play (2013) takes three mismatched siblings (Kristine Nielsen, David Hyde Pierce and Sigourney Weaver), adds one boy toy (Billy Magnussen), throws in themes from Chekhov, pours it all into a blender and mixes it up. The result? An utterly hilarious, touching work by master of comedy, Christopher Durang. Use code VANYAFREE to stream for free. Click here to see more.
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Fashion as Design focuses on a selection of more than 70 garments and accessories from around the world, ranging from kente cloth to jeans to 3D-printed dresses to look closely at what we wear, why we wear it, how it’s made, and what it means. Click here to see more.
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Known as the greatest house of culture in Mexico, the Palacio de Bellas Artes was built upon the site of the first National Theatre, in anticipation of the 100th anniversary of Mexico's independence from Spain. Click here to see more.
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In this post artist Dan Scott provides you with some guidance on how to paint mist, fog, smoke, and other transient effects. These effects are typically challenging to capture on a flat surface due to their elusive and fleeting nature. Click here to see more.
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Finnish astrophotographer J-P Metsavainio has released a Milky Way photo that took him nearly 12 years to create. The 1.7-gigapixel image has a cumulative exposure time of 1,250 hours. Click here to see more.
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In today’s world—saturated with all sorts of pictures, TV shows, movies, and other visual media—it can be easy to forget the visual power of words. Click here to see more.