Now that it is becoming safe to come out of your cabin and experience the world again, we are bidding farewell to Culture Cabin. We thank you for staying home, and we hope you enjoyed these weekly e-mails of things to see, hear, and do while keeping yourself and others safe.
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In 1962 Baltimore, a rebellious teen with a big bouffant tries to win a coveted spot on a TV dance show and teaches her community to fight racism. Click here to see more.
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My Letter to the World was composed for the Armonico Consort Academy scholars during the first lockdown in 2020. Taking beautiful words by Emily Dickinson on a theme of isolation and community, this song is a personal journey and reflection on the pain of being separated from friends and family during the Covid-19 pandemic. Click here to see more.
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Watch a short history of Salvadore Dali's installation at the 1939-1940 World's Fair in New York. Click here to see more.
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This online course shows how and why human-centered design is a powerful tool. Offered by the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, the course lets students view design thinking success stories from around the world, in areas as diverse as government, health care, and education. Click here to see more.
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Chankillo was built as a fortified temple complex over 2,300 years ago in the coastal desert of Peru, near the Casma-Sechin river basin. Archaeological evidence indicates that Chankillo may be the earliest known astronomical observatory in the Americas. Click here to see more.
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This tutorial takes you through all the steps necessary for creating your own adorable paper wind-up butterflies! Click here to see more.
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In this video tutorial artist Katrina Crouch goes through the color mixing process, how she starts each piece and how she builds up watercolor layers to create a rounded effect as well as its fluffy texture. Click here to see more.