June 19th, or Juneteenth, commemorates the announcement of the ending of slavery in the United States. Born into slavery, Frederick Douglass escaped his bondage in 1838 and became the most persuasive orator for the cause of abolition, among other reformist causes.
Unknown (American) | Frederick Douglass | ca. 1855 |
MetKids: In this episode of MetKids, you will learn how to make your own origami samurai helmet.
The art of Jacques Louis David embodies the style known as Neoclassicism, which flourished in France during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
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Read an update from The Met’s Department of Asian Art, a department that represents the artistic achievements of six major cultural traditions, encompassing 5,000 years of history. https://met.org/2HT..
The Guardian thinks Virginia Overton's solo exhibition 'Built' at Socrates is among the best public art on view in the US this summer!
Read Cultured Magazine's wonderfully insightful take on Virginia Overton's exhibition 'Built' at Socrates.
Untapped Cities created a comprehensive list of outdoor art to see in NYC this month including Virginia Overton's exhibition 'Built' at Socrates!
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Watch the full TED Talk here: http://bit.ly/2syhicN #PrideMonth
Clear Lemon Flavoured Coca-Cola Will Be Released In Japan
Tunisia Goalkeeper fakes injury in order for Teammates to break Ramadhan Fast
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