If you are ever in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, here are a few cool places to go:
- The Bureau of Engraving and Printing. It’s where the US dollar with the FW text on it is made. 359 more words
The First World War monitor HMS M33 is the latest addition to the collection of warships on display at Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard.
Restored at a cost of £2.5m, largely paid for by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the vessel saw service at Gallipoli in 1915, when her guns bombarded Turkish defensive positions in support of British and Commonwealth infantry offensives. 217 more words
11:30 am, October 1, 2014.
After a classic late night evening in Madrid, we slept in until 11:30 in the morning.
The first thing we did was head off to the Reina Sofia, the premiere modern art museum in Madrid, which Al refers to as “that place you dragged me to”. 210 more words
As far as museum settings go, not many could beat that of Ulcinj Museum. Perched on high atop the highest corner of Ulcinj’s medieval old town, the institution takes over three ancient buildings with white stone walls, dark wood beams and terracotta tiles.The old town is a charmingly unpolished series of gradually ascending streets on top of a clump of sheer rock that sits at the western edge of the town’s famous Mala Beach. 593 more words
How can we work together for mutual benefit? This is a conversation for a limited number of dance and museum workers to meet each other, hear about a variety of different dance/museum projects and their outcomes, and explore ideas for work that we could make happen in the future. 75 more words