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MET GALA: “HEAVENLY BODIES: FASHION AND THE CATHOLIC IMAGINATION"

The First Monday in May also known as the MET Gala, is one of the biggest night in Fashion. You can say it’s the Oscars of fashion. 501 more words

GOOD READS

The drool factor- printed textiles at the DeWitt Wallace Museum

Last weekend it was time for a short excursion (ok, 12 hours on a train) to Colonial Williamsburg. While I’ll spare you all the fun and excitement I had with my friend watching a bunny making a box hop across the room, waving “hi” to sheep across a field, eating way too much, finding bald eagles, and plotting how we might be able to freak out all the ghost tours passing by the house in the historic area, I will tell you all about our museum visit. 1,054 more words

Historic Clothing

BW's Morning Article Link: Superman On Tour

Well, I wanted a Superman link and this works: Here’s a UK article from February about a touring museum exhibit dedicated to DC history. The focus seems to be on the movies according to the article, but the comics are represented as well. 7 more words

DC Spotlight

Watch "Adam Savage Tours the Jim Henson Exhibition!" on YouTube

Apparently this is an old story (okay, it’s only four months old, not four years), but it’s still super cool. Adam Savage visits a Jim Henson museum exhibition in NYC. I love the Muppets!

Geek/nerd

Teaching the Holocaust through the Creation of a Museum Exhibit

Students sometimes struggle with history because it can be such a dry and disconnecting topic. All of those dates, significant individuals and events, and let’s not forget the fact that it happened in the past, often before many students were even born. 1,115 more words

Interactive Learning

Unraveling the deception of the Mississippi Capitol's ‘Egyptian Princess’

In December of 1896, a group of anatomists and anthropologists from Washington, D.C. traveled to a sideshow in Atlanta to examine a mummy known as the San Diego Giant, purportedly the ancient desiccated corpse of one of the tallest men who ever lived. 884 more words

Bioarchaeology

The Whitney Museum offers a comprehensive view of the Iowan artist.

Caroline Goldstein, March 15, 2018

Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables 212 more words

Artists