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via - For day 5 of we're talking about our upcoming retrospective exhibition on Cindy Sherman, which will go on display this Summer. This major new exhibition will explore the development of Sherman’s work from the mid-1…
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Yvette Harvey May 18
Ever grateful to the thousands of digitisers around the world making it possible to explore, research and make connections between collections remotely, and to releasing the potential of collections to new uses and audiences
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MuseumWeek May 19
This woman defied boundaries and preserviered to become a internationally known sculptor. Meet Edmonia Lewis, one of the many incredible, in culture. ✊
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Diefenbunker Museum May 17
It's 🏛 Day 5: Did you know that the Diefenbunker is 100,000 square feet and 4 storeys underground? That’s A LOT of Bunker to explore!
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GroovyHistorian May 18
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Łukasz Sokołowski May 18
The@britishmuseum might be overwhelming sometimes. One can feel it was constructed during the imperial era. Among sculptures from all over the world, I recall the busts of and placed together among many other heads of Emperors and their wifes ;)
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Erika Scott May 18
Because is both theatre and museum I am always thinking of ways to blend the two. With the help and genius of we are able to create amazing “exhibits” in our lobby. Be sure to check out our Into The Woods display before it’s gone!
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Canada'sSportsHall May 17
Did you know that Canadians invented not only basketball but also the goalie mask and five pin bowling. We are a country that is always thinking of new innovative things. Check out our bounce exhibit and see James Naismith’s original notes on basketball.
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Jacqui Garrad May 17
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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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NtlBuildingMuseum May 17
focuses on the 3 major cities of the Manhattan Project: Oak Ridge, Los Alamos, and Hanford. Together they tell the story of American nuclear history and their impact on urban planning. Here’s a quick preview of the 3 this
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Erika Anderson May 17
with a Chasmosaurus skull in the gallery at . What small nubbins for horns!
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MuseumWeek May 18
the end of the day stats for our fifth day of ! Thank you to everyone who has participated so far in . Tomorrow is Analytics provided by .
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Johnson Birthplace May 19
Today is the final day of . If you're in Lichfield, why not stop by and visit us? We are open everyday from 10:30-16:30 and entry is free. For more information about the Museum and our current events, please visit our website.
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Bandiche May 19
For the last day of and the hashtag , I can’t think of a better picture than this one taken last November, with my friend Anne and the in the background 👯‍♀️🏭🇬🇧❤️ Looking forward to our artsy reunion-trip!! 🇮🇹🎨 D-26!
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GallNazionaleUmbria May 19
Water, soap, blowing a little, and that universe of little, coloured planets floated again in the air. Some bubbles lasted a long time without bursting and flew away, who knows where? And each time all the bubbles were popped or fled....
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NC Historic Sites May 19
are our friends! This beehive is located at Aycock Birthplace. Birds, bats, butterflies, moths, flies, beetles, wasps, & bees are pollinators. They provide pollination services for over 180,000 plant species & over 1,200 crops.
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Arteeblog May 16
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Eldon House Museum May 19
The last of day of is here! Day 7 is all about celebrating friendship. Friendship was important to the Harris Family, as seen by their many parties, and friendship is still important to us at the museum. Stop by and bring your bestie!
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MB May 18
Lest we forget!! Light in the window (home of abolitionist Reverend John Rankin) to guide slaves crossing the Ohio River!
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