The Index of American Design is an extraordinary collection of more than 18,000 watercolor renderings of American decorative art objects from the colonial period through the 19th Century. Produced between 1936 and 1942, this visual archive reflects the expanding interest in American material culture that began to emerge at that time. Click here to see more.
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An iconic building and official residence of The Queen, Buckingham Palace has been the focus of many moments of national celebration, from Jubilees and weddings to VE Day and the annual Trooping the Color which marks The Queen's official birthday. It is also a busy working building welcoming tens of thousands of people through its gates each year for Investitures, Garden Parties, Audiences and other events. Now you can explore the palace without a passport! Click here to see more.
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Tucked deep in Guatemala's jungles is Tikal National Park. There you'll find Mayan temples and ceremonial ruins dating back to 900 BCE. Tikal is one of the most important complexes left behind by the Maya civilization, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The site includes remnants of palaces, temples, ceremonial platforms, living quarters, game courts, terraces, roads and town squares. Click here to see more.
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Instead of having to take care of a real plant, why not make an easy pom pom cactus pot? Click here to see more.
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Please note: these disinfectant wipes have not been lab-tested. Use good judgement and always practice good cleaning and hygiene. Click here to see more.
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Learn how to make an adorable, simple, koala out of socks! Click here to see more.
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Now that grocery stores are using one-time plastic bags again, you might have found yourself with an abundance of plastic bags littering drawers and cupboards that you don't know what to do with. You're in luck - you can turn them into a basket! No knitting or crochet required, just some sewing and braiding. Click here to see more.
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Calling all horror movie fans: Not only can you digitally traipse the grounds around this 14th-century castle that allegedly inspired Bram Stoker's Dracula, but you can also peek inside a few rooms. I can't guarantee you'll see a vampire, but the castle has a lot of history. Its stone walls have housed numerous royals, most notably Vlad the Impaler. Click here to see more.
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In this course you will learn about Hollywood and how it came to be the global powerhouse of today.
It will discuss the complex Hollywood industry and how business and politics translate into the art of film, TV, and new media. Click here to see more.