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MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art May 15
Yoko Ono's “22 Instructions for Paintings” invites viewers to collaborate with the artist in making a work. Learn more about this recent acquisition:
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IranianWIN Jun 2
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Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology May 19
Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Nicholls (1946-2004) was an internationally-respected vertebrate palaeontologist, specializing in ancient marine reptiles.
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MuseumWeek May 19
Watch the portrait of Edmonia Lewis, an African American and Native American sculptor. is a worldwide movement launched by Culture For Causes Network in the framework of
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MuseumWeek May 19
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UNESCO May 18
. supports & the global movement ! On this occasion, get to know the story of Rose Valland. History remembers the ; but now it's time to talk about the courage of a true who remained in the shadows for way too long!
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Natural History Museum May 18
Far fewer women than men enter , but their work is moving, thought-provoking and vital for conservation efforts. Meet just some of the female photographers documenting wildlife and conservation issues across the globe.
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MuseumWeek May 20
Have you ever heard of Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun? This eminent French portraitist has made nearly 900 paintings in her entire career! Video: &
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Brittany S. Holmes May 19
So thankful to be a part of . I love the collaboration + admiration for the arts. Most importantly, I love uplifting the stories of . The arts are still highly discriminatory + we work to change that. Meet , the first video I made this year.
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Chris Morton May 28
Opening a new archive case display next week on the work of Ellen Ettlinger, a German jewish folklorist who fled Nazi persecution with her two children in 1938, settling in Oxford.
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Norwich Castle May 21
This patchwork bedspread was made by women prisoners in Newgate prison in 1817 under the direction of Elizabeth Fry, born in Norwich in 1780. She helped found the Association for the Improvement of Female Prisoners at Newgate, teaching women to read & sew.
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MuseumWeek May 27
Meet , a British artist which artistic technique carries a strong societal message! Video produced in partnership with agency. is a global movement supported by the and , in partnership with
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JFK Library May 18
Jacqueline Bouvier began work as “The Inquiring Camera Girl” for the Washington-Times Herald in 1952, roving the city to capture people’s opinions on a variety of topics. Her camera is on display in our Museum!
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CreativeDesignsbyCristal May 23
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Fort York May 18
Today & Tomorrow: celebrate & with tours highlighting women's roles at the fort! See a special presentation on Elizabeth Simcoe, celebrated artist🎨, diarist 📖 & wife of Lt. Governor John Graves Simcoe (he established )!
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MuseumWeek May 18
We’ve celebrated so many amazing and inspiring this week! Today we are highlighting Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, a writer, speaker, MacArthur Genius Grantee, and a contributer to arts & culture ✨ Find her here 👉
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AC Conservation May 23
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Emily Dickinson May 16
This year's focuses on , and we couldn't think of a better example than Emily Dickinson. Far from the smallness many imagine her life to be, Dickinson's world was rich with culture, literature, music, and creativity.
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Alessandra Giovenco May 19
Still in time to celebrate Eugénie Sellers Strong for , . Assistant Director and Librarian from 1909 to 1925. Classical archaeologist, museum collections connoisseur and one of the most brilliant scholar in a world dominated by men...
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peter toth May 14
"I am a literate woman who can write with a high degree of ease" This is how Aurelia aka Lolliane applies for legal independence 1800 years ago in Egypt. Papyrus 2458 is a hidden gem for
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