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4/17/2020

Founded in 1884, the Pitt Rivers Museum houses more than 500,000 objects, photographs and manuscripts from all over the world, and from all periods of human existence. The museum's artifacts are arranged by type, rather than by time or region to reveal distinctions and parallels across cultures. For more information: Click Here
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The Santa Barbara Museum of Art is comprised of 27,000 works of art which span more than 5,000 years of human creativity. Their collections include classical antiquities, masterpieces of French Impressionism, the arts of Asia, Europe, and the Americas - including paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, photographs, ceramics, glass, jades, bronzes, lacquer, and textiles. For more information: Click Here
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Join John Muir Laws and the Nature Journal Club for journaling tips, techniques, inspiration, teaching strategies, and interviews. The online meeting starts with a tutorial, demonstration, or interview and then opens to a question-and-answer session. All ages and experience levels are welcome.
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The Cornell Lab Bird Cams connects viewers worldwide to the diverse and intimate world of birds. They work to make watching an active experience, sparking awareness and inspiration that can lead to conservation, education, and engagement with birds. For more information: Click Here
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Fender is offering three free months of lessons to the first one million people to sign up. For more information: Click Here
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Family tree website MyHeritage is unlocking its MyHeritage in Color service, allowing anyone to colorize as many photos as they like until April 22, 2020. For more information: Click Here
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Google Earth allows you to take a hike in the Grand Canyon while still adhering to social distancing! For more information: Click Here
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Atlas Obscura's mission is to inspire wonder and curiosity about the incredible world we all share. They are a global community of explorers, who have created a comprehensive database of the world’s most wondrous places and foods from a secret apartment atop the Eiffel Tower to bridges built out of living roots, a temple shaped like a chicken, and an island ruled by cats. For more information: Click Here
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Located outside of Quebec City, Hôtel de Glace is the only ice hotel of its kind in North America, and it adopts a different theme every year. For its 20th anniversary, artists responded to the prompt "20 Years of Magic." They used 40,000 tons of snow and 500 tons of ice to create the hotel’s intricately carved grand hall, chapel, and 42 bedrooms. For more information: Click Here
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In this YouTube video, Pompeii Archaeological Park Director Massimo Osanna narrates a tour of two Pompeiian homes that were entombed in ash alongside the rest of the city when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D and have been recently unearthed.
To view the YouTube video of the houses: Click Here
For more information on the site, and to read Osanna's words in English: Click Here