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Getting Yin to the Yang

Last day in Paris. We were museumed out. So much to see is a problem—you can’t appreciate the yang when there’s no yin. Yin in this case being space, a chance to slow down and reflect. 1,196 more words

Paris

I was looking at 990s and I ended up here

In my Senior year of college I took a career development class. My friend and I (both members of the Theatre Honor Society and highly involved in arts in the school) ended up being the only people in the class who were focused on cultural careers. 235 more words

Museums

Boston Globe: Museums ‘swap’ Instagram accounts to promote one another

Hey! From The Boston Globe: Museums ‘swap’ Instagram accounts to promote one another. “If you scrolled through Instagram Thursday morning and were confused as to why the Museum of Fine Arts was posting pictures of the Leonardo DaVinci exhibit at the Museum of Science; and why the Museum of Science was sharing images of a paint-spattered canvas at Brandeis University’s Rose Art Museum — don’t worry, it’s not a glitch in the app. 6 more words

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Entrepreneurship in Cultural Heritage

University of Birmingham
Entrepreneurship in Cultural Heritage Workshop

Organised by the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham. In association with the West Midlands Museum Development. 315 more words

Museums

Beverly Hills | Westwood | Santa Monica | Pacific Palisades

Recommended Places to Visit:

Westwood / West Los Angeles:

1. UCLA

2. Hammer Museum

3. The Getty Museum

Beverly Hills:

1. Greystone Mansion

2. Rodeo Drive… 15 more words

Westwood

Virtual History

On his death in 1837, English architect and avid collector Sir John Soane bequeathed his stately London mansion and personal museum and library to the nation, with the stipulation that it would be preserved intact. 135 more words

Europe

A.J. Phillips Museum Fenton, Mi.

The A.J. Phillips Fenton Museum is an original building from 1900.  AJ Phillips’ heirs donated the building to the city in 1906.  Most recently, the building housed the Fenton Library (now the Jack R. 463 more words

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