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Fiber Trails: the Universal Language of Textiles

“Fiber​ ​Trails​ ​celebrates​ ​the​ ​rich​ ​heritage​ ​and universal language​ ​of​ ​

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Un Piccolo Studio at Rocca Sorrentina "Pioniere"

Our interactive artist studio is pleased to present a new exhibit titled “Pioniere” meaning pioneer in Italian. The Welsh artist, Richard Wilson (1714-1782), is the featured artist of our new show. 123 more words

"Second Life"

The unsustainable lightness of making

The unsustainable lightness of making” is a new project that will take a considerable amount of my time and energy over the next few months or years. 329 more words

Go Green!

15% off Urim Publications at Mintzer Bookstore in Gush Etzion

Mintzer Bookstore in Gush Etzion is currently running a 15%-off sale on all Urim titles.

Efrat, Te’ena Commercial Center


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Jewish Books

The Labor Movement and Film, Part 1: “For the Union Makes Us Strong”

There are many films that allow you to actually see and hear events from history at University of Maryland Special Collections and University Archives. For the Labor History Archives exhibit, “For Liberty, Justice, and Equality: Unions Making History in America,” the labor history archives team wanted you to have the ability to experience these historical events. 1,188 more words

Hornbake Library

Courtaulds (Canada) Ltd., Cornwall employee cruise on the S.S. Rapids Prince

The “Rapids Prince” docked at Cornwall after World War II.

Local businesses, industries, churches and service clubs booked the vessel for summer river cruises.  The next few photographs are from a series donated to the museum by Ransom Ledoux showing Courtaulds Cornwall employees enjoying such an outing. 112 more words

In History

The Yorkshire Ripper Tape Recording, 1979

Exhibit / November 15, 2017

Object Name: The “Wearside Jack” hoax recording
Maker and Year: John Humble, 1979
Object Type: Tape recording… 1,233 more words