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Ashmolean Museum May 19
This artwork is a collaborative piece by a group of literati artists and calligraphers. Literati enjoyed getting together to paint or write over a drink of sake, and the works were valued more for their confirmations of friendship than for their aesthetic qualities
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Dublin's Dead Zoo May 19
Our friends are an odd bunch, but we love them all the more for that.
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sarah cowie May 19
Museum work is hard sometimes. Sometimes we: 😖 have so much to do we forget what we actually do 🙄 worry our budget/job/museum won't be here next year 😔 think we're not doing any of it right But: 😊 what gets me/us through are our amazing colleagues &a
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MuseumWeek May 19
2019 is ending. From all of us at 2019, THANK YOU! ✨ We look forward to this week every year, and this year was a success because of you! We build global connections. 🌎🌍🌏 Meet our team that makes this possible.
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Ashmolean Museum May 19
Two more prints from Ogata Gekko's 1891 series 'Comparison of the Customs of Beauties' depict friends playing a game together and a pair of friends dressing in kimono
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National Air and Space Museum May 19
When it came to naming his Mercury capsule, John Glenn asked his children to choose a name that represented "our country and the way we feel about the rest of the world." And so, Friendship 7 came to be.
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Shakespeare B Trust May 19
We're not sure whether they were friends, rivals, or even if they spent much time together at all(!) but Ben Jonson certainly said some nice things about Shakespeare. In his verse that opens the First Folio, Jonson states: "He was not of an age, but for all time".
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Louise Bell May 19
I’ve made so many friends, both in real life and on here, thanks to museums! Which means I always have friends to go to cool events with. And there’s always someone around to give you some support when you need it. Basically museums, and museum people, are wonderful!
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Kings Landing May 19
Every summer, kids in the Visiting Cousins and Family Kin summer camps get to live like 19th-century children by helping with chores, attending a one-room school house, learning a trade, feeding the pigs, and making friendships that last a lifetime!
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Guggenheim Museum May 19
—Robert created many pictures of throughout more than 20 years of friendship, with each having a profound impact on the formation of the other’s artistic identity.
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year May 19
Photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur's heartwarmng image depicts a moment of budding connection between a man and a recently rescued lowland gorilla. The picture celebrates human compassion, and is a reminder that we can all make a difference.
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Yvette Harvey May 19
Just popped into two putting the finishing touches on their exhibit at . Good luck tomorrow Tomos - looks like a GOLD to me :)
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Norwich Castle May 19
A Castle is only as strong as its people, and we’re lucky to have a committed and talented bunch of people - who are pretty friendly to boot. Plus how many other workplaces have meetings in full medieval dress?
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Bergen-Belsen Memorial May 19
Konstantin Kudryavtsev and Nicolai Belyaev were soviet Prisoners of War in Bergen-Belsen. During their imprisonment they were closest friends and members of the secret Hanover Committee which organised resistance in the Military District XI.
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Chillida Leku May 19
Today we celebrate friendship! "Aimé Maeght and I remained close friends until his death in 1982. Pili and I would spend long stretches of time at his house, in Saint-Paul-de-Vence, where I would work on my engravings and clays in his garden ateliers."
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Dr Jenner's House, Museum and Garden May 19
Jenner corresponded with people throughout the world; today we try to do the same through Twitter! We've made great friends, far too many to list, but we do want to say a particular thanks to for doing so much to promote Edward Jenner and the museum
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Research Casting May 19
Last day of ! We’ve worked with museums around the world for over 30 years & are so grateful for the projects & friendships we’ve been a part of! We’ve met so many people & along the way! Happy
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Clifton Park and Museum May 19
Despite appearances we enjoy each other's company so much so, that we made a Clifton Park Museum version of Cluedo and play it together after work! That takes a special kind of crazy, doesn't it?
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Ashmolean Museum May 19
This painting by Thomas de Critz shows John Tradescant the Younger with a man called Roger Friend and an impressive (if not precariously stacked) collection of exotic shells. See it on display in Gallery 2
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Philbrook Museum of Art May 19
Today's theme is ; why not come to the Museum and make a few new furry friends?
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