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What was Lost, What was Saved from the Notre Dame Fire?

What was Lost, What was Saved from the Notre Dame Fire?

Apr 16
More than simply an iconic cathedral and jewel of Gothic architecture, Notre Dame was a treasure trove, housing priceless and irreplaceable marvels of immense religious, artistic, musical, historical and architectural value.

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Tackles Visitors' Color Blindness

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Tackles Visitors' Color Blindness

Apr 16
The vibrant colors and hues in Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings soon will be on full display for color-blind visitors.

New Exhibit Reconsiders the Weimar Republic, 100 Years Later

New Exhibit Reconsiders the Weimar Republic, 100 Years Later

By Frank Jordans | Apr 7
A new exhibition in Berlin, 100 hundred years later, is questioning the perception that the era's political and economic disaster was inevitable and stressing the lasting impact of the Weimar Republic.

'Both Sides of the Binary' Exhibit Explores Gender and Fashion

'Both Sides of the Binary' Exhibit Explores Gender and Fashion

By Tracee M. Herbaugh | Mar 19
The exhibit titled, "Gender Bending Fashion," examines moments in history when clothing transcended and muddled our understanding of gender.

Feel Like Climbing 2,500 Steps? Head to NYC's Vessel

Feel Like Climbing 2,500 Steps? Head to NYC's Vessel

Mar 13
A colossal sculpture that will give people more than 150 interconnected stairways to climb is opening to the public as part of New York City's Hudson Yards development.

Music Museums Keeping Michael Jackson Exhibits on Display

Music Museums Keeping Michael Jackson Exhibits on Display

By Kristin M. Hall | Mar 7
Megastar Michael Jackson's musical legacy has been getting critically reappraised after a new documentary rekindled allegations of child sexual abuse, but at least two music museums in Detroit and Tennessee aren't scrubbing the him from their exhibits.

PopUps: Twitter is Thirsting After this Shirtless Statue of Abe Lincoln

PopUps: Twitter is Thirsting After this Shirtless Statue of Abe Lincoln

Feb 22
A photo of a statue of a shirtless Abraham Lincoln is going viral, thanks to Twitter users who are not holding back their thirst for the depiction of the 16th president of the United States.

Life During Wartime - Melissa Hawkins' Nightlife Photos at the GLBT History Museum

Life During Wartime - Melissa Hawkins' Nightlife Photos at the GLBT History Museum

By Michael Flanagan | Feb 17
The GLBT Historical Society and Museum is presenting the exhibition 'SoMa Nights: The Queer Nightclub Photography Of Melissa Hawkins,' curated by photographer Hawkins and nightlife historian Marke B.

Unblocking Naked Venus: Facebook OKs Museum Nudes After All

Unblocking Naked Venus: Facebook OKs Museum Nudes After All

By Jamey Keaten | Feb 6
It seems Facebook can be friends with a topless Venus after all.

Statue of Limitations? Facebook Draws Line over Museum Nudes

Statue of Limitations? Facebook Draws Line over Museum Nudes

By Jamey Keaten | Feb 5
A Geneva art museum says Facebook prohibited it from promoting an upcoming exhibit with images of two statues — a half-naked Venus and a nude, kneeling man.

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