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          As if things weren’t exciting enough with the #addition of our new read more...

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For the 57th Venice Art Biennale the French pavilion designed by Xavier Veilhan has been transformed into a sound box: a soundscape enclosed in a wood read more...

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For the 57th Venice Art Biennale the French pavilion designed by Xavier Veilhan has been transformed into a sound box: a soundscape enclosed in a wood read more...

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Each year on 26th May, Gunners’ Day is celebrated around the Commonwealth and marks the #day in 1716 read more...

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    Guest Blogger J.M. Levi is half-Samoan or afatasi and grew up in Missouri. We are pleased to feature her thoughts on Toa-o-Samoa – Samoans who serve in the military in honor of Memorial Day.     In 1872, Samoa agreed to allow the United States of America to build naval bases at Pago […] The post Toa O Samoa: Samoans in the Armed Forces appeared first on polynesia.com | read more...

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The Museum offers hundreds of #events and #programs each month—including lectures, #performances, tours, family activities, and more. The following listings are just a sample of our upcoming read more...

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Update 25th May: news has just reached us that Cathy, a peregrine reared at the cathedral in 2009 has recently died of natural causes. Cathy injured her wing and shoulder soon after fledging and had been in care ever since. More on this in a future post to the blog.The Project TeamAs the chicks grow bigger by the day, they will soon be visible from the ground as they start to peer over the lip of their nest platform. Once they can be seen from below we start our annual Peregrine Watch Points on the green behind the Cathedral.Telescopes are set up so that anyone passing by (or visiting read more...

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Update 25th May: news has just reached us that Cathy, a peregrine reared at the cathedral in 2009 has recently died of natural causes. Cathy injured her wing and shoulder soon after fledging and had been in care ever since. More on this in a future post to the blog.The Project TeamAs the chicks grow bigger by the day, they will soon be visible from the ground as they start to peer over the lip of their nest platform. Once they can be seen from below we start our annual Peregrine Watch Points on the green behind the Cathedral.Telescopes are set up so that anyone passing by (or visiting read more...

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If Olafur Eliasson wasn't already one of the world's most interesting living #artists, he would be my very favorite science museum exhibit developer.Eliasson's elegant grasp of the connections between art and science are on display in his show entitled "The listening dimension" currently on view at the Tonya Bonakdar Gallery in New York City. Eliasson says: ?The listening dimension emerged against the backdrop of the 2016 US elections. At a time when oversimplification is everywhere, I believe that art can play an important role in creating aesthetic experiences that are both read more...

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