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Jacob Boucher Nov 9
Makes you wonder how many fossils were gained and lost in the Industrial drive...
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Emma Winter Zeig Nov 9
Replying to @emma_zeig
Thanks for a great Tweet Up everyone-I had a great time tonight and I️ hope you did too
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Perri Meldon Nov 9
when were the last items accessioned to the Skinner collection?
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Emma Winter Zeig Nov 9
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I️ just googled how to spell lithophane - because I️ just saw one of the most incredible art effects ever
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Libby Jones Nov 12
Wasn't feeling 100% this am, but blowing things up really helped.
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KendallClaire Nov 9
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KendallClaire Nov 9
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Cool case, too bad it's made of ivory
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Jennifer Olivarez Nov 18
A favorite from American art history class : Grant Wood's preserving of an American fable on the verge of WWII.
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Ani Schmidt Nov 11
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Hannah Hethmon Nov 18
The traditional gallery of animals at natural history museums has a lot more meaning where every display gets you thinking about how we affect nature & use it to make meaning
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kathryn tully, who is highly skilled at this. Nov 17
Some museums: less cell phone use in the galleries! : okay but—and hear us out—what if we did the opposite
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Chelsea R. Miller Nov 19
Suffrage wagon in the lobby . In 1913, would have been covered in suffrage banners & hand-painted signs.
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Lourdes Santamaría-Wheeler Nov 8
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🏛📲 #ITweetMuseums Nov 12
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Drew Mandinach 6h
I know I'm late to the party, but congrats to on your solid screentime in . -🛋📺
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Quizling! Nov 10
Bring the fun of quizzes into your space! Find out how at
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Hannah Hethmon Nov 18
Reena Saini Kallat's exhibit includes "Hyphenated Lives," imaginary beasts created by fusing together the national symbols of hostile neighboring countries. Relevant news stories are mixed in with the drawings.
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Mell Scalzi Nov 16
We heard you liked museums, so here’s a museum you can put on your desk while you work in a museum. It’s museum-inception! This is honestly one of the best gifts I’ve ever recieved.
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Marla Miller Nov 9
If you are interested in and/or , check out . Looks like a fun excursion at .
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Jacob Boucher Nov 9
Skinner had a hand in the Early American Industry Assoc., including lighting. Workers by the season become workers by the clock
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