The musical component of Summer Thursdays 2017 is presented by PopRally in conjunction with #CitizensandBorders,...
Van Gogh devoted considerable attention to representing the machine accurately. It was hard, 'because in the small rooms one can't get far enough away to draw the loom', he wrote. Weaver, Vincent van Gogh (1884): http://vangogh.com/r4N330efByQ
Kazimir Malevich plotted out the simple Suprematist planes of his 'Red Square' in 1915.
Science education encourages students to think critically and to use evidence-based inquiry-- and to get ready for the new school year, the NYC middle-school teachers pictured below in the Wall Street Journal have been practicing new methods at Museum workshops. Learn more about new strategies to bring science investigations to classrooms!
Viewers of this large watercolor design from the studios of Louis Comfort Tiffany have often wondered why it looks so muted and murky, so three scholars at The Met decided to investigate this by using modern technology to look beneath the drawing. Read about their fascinating discovery in this blog post.
What might have gone through Georges Seurat's mind as he worked on this painting? "Seascape at Port-en-Bessin, Normandy," 1888, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of the W. Averell Harriman Foundation in memory of Marie N. Harriman
There are hundreds of species of eels. Most are nocturnal predators that live 15-20 years, and some can grow as long as 13 ft.
National Geographic Museum: WATCH: Get an inside look at Nat Geo Museum with this Prince George's Community Television behind-the-scenes segment!