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Not Just Paleo. People in Paleo. Collections

More often than not, the volunteers I work with are students who are aspiring paleontologists/biologists/geologists. This weekend was a change of pace. One of VMNH’s research associates, Dr. 395 more words


Celebrate MACBA's 20th anniversary

On Saturday 28 November, from 10 am to midnight, MACBA will celebrate its 20th anniversary with an open day. All the spaces in the Museum will be open to the public: Meier building, Study Centre, Capella dels Àngels and the Convent’s Exhibition Gallery. 154 more words

Holiday Apartments

A fine selection of museum cafes courtesy of the Art Fund. I may be biased as my workplace’s cafe at RAMM, Exeter is included!

Have a read of the article on the Art Fund website.


Manchester Herbarium's grand re-opening!

After a year of full closure while the Museum roof was rebuilt and about a further 5 years of disruption since the window replacement work began, we finally have the herbarium back up and running. 145 more words


Tehran | Art and Culture

The visual arts in Tehran range from exquisitely preserved  masterpieces of the  early Islamic era to enormous freshly painted murals on the sides of buildings and everything in between. 382 more words


7 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before November 27


Opening: “Trees: Oil Sketches from the Thaw Collection” at the Morgan Library & Museum
The third in a series of shows at the Morgan of oil sketches from the Thaw collection, which is jointly shared by the Morgan and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “Trees” features masterpieces on paper by 18th and 19th century artists from France, Germany and Scandinavia. 924 more words

Bringing History and Visitors Back to Colonial Williamsburg

Curator’s Comment: In the past the American Hysterical Society has been openly critical of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s 2013 and 2014 advertising campaigns (it seems they have deleted the most egregious; we hope it’s because of something we said). 778 more words