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Shibden Hall May 15
Oh my! How many Miss Listers can you spot? Played by the amazing Suranne Jones!
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Chillida Leku May 15
Octavio Paz was a great admirer of Eduardo Chillida. This Mexican poet defined the sculptor's artistic practice as "a game of oppositions". How would you define Chillida's work?
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NT Wallington May 15
In honour of we thought we’d bring back the sock game that the Trevelyan children would play in the house, using rolled up fishing or golf socks from their father, Sir Charles. Looks like fun! *No House Stewards we’re harmed in the making of this film
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Dr Emma O'Toole May 15
An up close look at an early 20th-century stereoscope box viewer in action ⁦⁩. The rotating images show different places from around Europe that can be viewed through an eyepiece!
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National Army Museum May 15
Today's theme is Play. The strategic game of chess probably originated in India before the 6th Century. This beautiful c. 1820 Indian ivory chess set from Berhampur represents the forces of the East India Company and an Indian Prince's army. NAM. 1962-03-46-33
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Chateau de Versailles May 15
🌍 During the visit of the “Misanthrope” troupe, staged by Peter Stein, Lambert Wilson and the producer Jean-Marc Dumontet talk about the place of theater at Versailles. Full version on :
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National Air and Space Museum May 15
While we're on the topic of space x baseball, we thought we'd dig this gem of a photo out of the archives. Workers donned B.F. Goodrich Mark IV spacesuits for a quick game to demonstrate the flexibility of the suit (c. 1950s)
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MuseumWeek May 16
7 Days, 7 Hashtags, May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 It's day 4 of , show us those snapshots ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤
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National Air and Space Museum May 15
Did you know that Aeronautics was an Olympic event in 1936? A gold medal for merit was awarded and there were gliding and aerobatic demonstration events. This participating aircraft, a Bücker Bu 133 Jungmeister, features Olympic rings.
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JFK Library May 15
Athletes from the 10th International Games for the Deaf visited JFK in the Oval Office in 1962. They participated in long jump, basketball, swimming, javelin, and long jump. See more:
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Watkins Museum of History May 15
Just imagine playing basketball with a vintage ball & an original Robinson Gym backboard--above James Naismith's desk! These amazing artifacts are on view here at the Watkins.
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Guggenheim Museum May 15
—on April 11, 1981, for one day only, the floor of the rotunda was painted to resemble a roulette wheel for 's performance "American Roulette."
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Art Gallery of Peterborough May 15
Today's Museum Week theme is play, and we think these Launchpads, designed by Michael Fortune, are a playful addition to Little Lake. They were installed in 2005 as part of Benchmarks, a public art initiative. You can see the gallery in the background.
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Newseum May 15
The News Corporation News History Gallery is our largest gallery that covers more than 500 years of news history. With our interactive screens you can see a timeline of nearly 400 historic newspaper front pages, newsbooks and magazines from our collection.
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CREWS Project May 16
Sorry I am late with for but here is my figurine with a Cypro-Minoan inscription (probably "Pippa") from clay playing at the end of yesterday's first session of the CREWS Cypro-Minoan seminar!
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JFK Library May 15
In 2017, young visitors to the JFK Library practiced building and launching air rockets to celebrate JFK's legacy in advancing space exploration.
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MuseumWeek May 15
👉 Let's tag! Tag a museum you love and we'll go give them and you some love for your brilliant content. 💕 Let's see all the amazing museums out there!
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Following Hadrian 🧔🏻 May 15
Roman dice tower with the inscription "Pictos victos, Hostis deleta, Ludite securi". Translation: “Now the Picts have been conquered and the enemies destroyed, play safely” From Vettweiss-Froitzheim, 4th century AD. LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn.
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Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU May 15
In honor of , , the museum is offering a riddle and treasure hunt. RIDDLE: What’s orange and black and green all over? ANSWER: Andy Warhol’s famous print titled, Siberian Tiger. TREASURE HUNT: Visit today, find the Siberian Tiger - win a free poster ($20 value)!
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Grey Roots May 15
It's , and we took it literally ;). The first theatre in Thornbury was located on Bruce Street and owned by Mr. Joseph Parks. As indicated by this photograph taken in the 1920s, Mr. Parks had some very unique ways of advertising the play bills at the Strand!
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