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Kickstarter Video 2017-06-27 14:33

Want to add some flash to your look? These interactive LED lashes respond to your movements and cycle through different glowing patterns:

See What Creators Are Making for Kickstarter Gold

Now through July 31, your favorite creators are back on Kickstarter with bold new takes on their iconic projects. See what they’re making — and take home a piece of Kickstarter Gold:

Girls at Library - Kickstarter 2017-06-26 20:16

The online magazine "Girls at Library" talks to women about how reading has challenged, changed, and enlightened their lives. Discover new books and a join community of people who love them:

Save Their Stories: Undiscovered Diaries of the Holocaust

Now on Kickstarter Live — join United States Holocaust Memorial Museum curator Kyra Schuster to learn more about the museum's effort to preserve over 200 first-person accounts of persecution and perseverance.

Head here to tune in and ask questions:

Kickstarter Gold: From Glitches to Computational Textiles

Phillip Stearns transforms glitch art into one-of-a-kind fabrics for tapestries, blankets, and scarves. For Kickstarter Gold, he's producing a new collection of computational textiles and inviting backers to take home a glitch-art gem of their own.

Kickstarter Gold: Science Abridged by Zach Weinersmith

Inspired by the unexpected popularity of his Kickstarter-funded book "The Bible: Abridged Beyond the Point of Usefulness," cartoonist Zach Weinersmith is distilling the entirety of science into a slim volume that fits in your back pocket:
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British Museum Photo 2017-06-27 11:38

Our groundbreaking #Hokusai documentary will be on BBC Four tonight at 21.00 GMT! Tune in to get close to beautiful prints and paintings, and discover the life and times of Japan’s greatest artist. See these works in our special exhibition. Book tickets now – availability from 7 July: Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849), Amida waterfall, deep beyond the Kiso highway. Colour woodblock, 1833. On loan from the Tōyō Bunko, Tokyo. On display from 7 July – 13 August.

National Gallery of Art Photo 2017-06-26 17:24

The sea began to assume a role in Winslow Homer’s paintings as early as 1873, when he spent the summer in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Let your eye wander over "Breezing Up (A Fair Wind)," painted during the country's centennial year. Here, a catboat bearing the name "Gloucester" turns toward home in late afternoon. The day’s catch of fish is carefully stowed in its cockpit. A brisk breeze raises whitecaps, fills the mainsail, and heels the boat over until its port rail is awash. Counteracting the wind, a fisherman and three boys throw their weight to the starboard side. On the horizon, a gull circles over a two-masted schooner. What else do you notice? Winslow Homer, "Breezing Up (A Fair Wind)," 1873-1876, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of the W. L. and May T. Mellon Foundation