The Brant Foundation Art Study Center presents Urs Fischer: ERROR, a solo exhibition of works by Fischer from the last two decades. This exhibition features some of the artist’s most notable large-scale sculptures and paintings from the Brant Collections. Click here to see more.
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The Brooklyn Historical Society recently launched a portal featuring almost 1,500 documents dating back to the 17th century. Click here to see more.
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Immerse yourself in two notable natural phenomena that Fairbanks, Alaska, is world-renowned for: The Aurora Borealis and the Midnight Sun. Gaze around and imagine yourself at the top of the world in Alaska's Arctic, witnessing the magical green glow of the northern lights and in the midnight rays of an all-day sun. Click here to see more.
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Ever wondered how crystals grow inside of a geode? Find out by using a few common ingredients to simulate your own crystal growth in the kitchen! Click here to see more.
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The recipe for this dough includes only three ingredients and is so fun to work with! It’s almost like fluffy slime but doughy. It’s easy to make and you probably already have these ingredients in your kitchen. Click here to see more.
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There are thousands of projects that use air dry clay. Here are 12 to start with! Click here to see more.
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Eco-printing is a technique where plants, leaves, and flowers leave their shapes, color, and marks on fabric. Plant material bundled inside of cloth is steamed or boiled to release the dye found naturally inside the plant, creating a contact print in the shape of the leaf or flower used. Click here to see more.
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If the idea of eco-printing intrigues you, here are some more tips and tricks to get beautiful works of art out of nature and its colors. Click here to see more.
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Pouring art is so much fun! It is very intuitive, and you can get some fantastic results right away! Click here to see more.
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Here’s what you’ll need to make your own seed paper for planting: craft sticks, cheesecloth, white craft glue, black electrical tape, white copy paper, warm water, flower or herb seeds, blender, scissors, baking pan, towels and sponges. Click here to see more.