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Behind the Scenes at the Natural History Museum

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Look around the museum’s frozen tissue lab, paleontology collection, object conservation lab and more on this virtual reality tour of the American Museum of Natural History.

Isabela Moner & Gaten Matarazzo Are Presenters At CNN Heroes All-Star Tribute

Isabela Moner looks lovely while walking the red carpet at the 2017 CNN Heroes All-Star Tribute event at the American Museum of Natural History on Sunday (December 17) in New York City. The 16-year-old Transformers: The Last Knight actress was joined by Stranger Things‘ Gaten Matarazzo. The young stars were the youngest celebs in attendance [...]

New Troodontid Dinosaur Described

Almas ukhaa - Named after the Legendary Asian Bigfoot A team of international scientists, including Dr Mark Norell (Curator of Palaeontology at the American Museum of Natural History, New York) and Professor Xing Xu (Chinese Academy of Sciences), have announced the discovery of a new species of Late Cretaceous troodontid from Mongolia.  This small, carnivorous dinosaur

The One-Minute Life Stories of Some Fascinating Extinct Species

“Probably 99.999 percent of all species that ever existed are no longer with us,” says American Museum of Natural History’s Michael Novacek. Extinction, he explains, is just another part of life. Maybe not the best part of life if you’re...Show More Summary

A Holiday Tradition Fit for a Zoo

The American Museum of Natural History has revealed its tree, annually decorated with an origami menagerie.

Recently discovered fossil shows transition of a reptile from life on land to life in the sea

(Johns Hopkins Medicine) Using modern research tools on a 155-million-year-old reptile fossil, scientists at Johns Hopkins and the American Museum of Natural History report they have filled in some important clues to the evolution of animals that once roamed land and transitioned to life in the water.

Scarlett Johansson & Colin Jost Were All Smiles During Their FIRST Public Appearance As A Couple!

Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost just made a HUGE step in their relationship. On Thursday, the Avengers: Infinity War actress and the Saturday Night Live star attended the American Museum of Natural History Gala in New York City. While the twosome decided to walk the gala's red carpet separately, they happily posed for pictures inside the [...]

Scarlett Johansson & Colin Jost Join 'SNL' Cast at Museum Gala

Scarlett Johansson is radiant in red while attending the American Museum of Natural History’s 2017 Museum Gala on Thursday night (November 30) in New York City. While they didn’t walk the red carpet together, Scarlett was joined at the event by her boyfriend Colin Jost. A bunch of Colin‘s Saturday Night Live co-stars – including [...]

Bergdorf Goodman’s Holiday Windows Celebrate NYC Cultural Institutions

2 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

The 2017 Bergdorf Goodman holiday windows celebrate the American Museum of Natural History, New-York Historical Society, New York Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and other local cultural institutions. The post Bergdorf Goodman’s Holiday Windows Celebrate NYC Cultural Institutions appeared first on Hyperallergic.

This Exhibition Will Help You Make Sense of Your Senses

2 months agoNews : NYTimes: News

“Our Senses” takes visitors out of their comfort zone at the American Museum of Natural History.

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Akeley's Fight with a Leopard

When artists and scientists produced the dioramas for the American Museum of Natural History, they went to Africa in search of suitable animals. But sometimes the encounters didn't go as planned. In Ethiopia, taxidermist Carl AkeleyShow More Summary

Protesters Deface Theodore Roosevelt Statue, Calling It A Symbol Of White Supremacy

3 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Protesters splattered red liquid onto the base of the bronze statue of Theodore Roosevelt outside the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, and later published a statement on the internet calling for its removal as an emblem of “patriarchy, white supremacy and settler-colonialism.”

Teddy Roosevelt Statue Vandalized Outside History Museum

Activists-turned-vandals defaced a statue honoring President Theodore Roosevelt outside New York’s American Museum of Natural History on Thursday, splattering red paint on the monument over concerns that it embodied “white supremacy”...Show More Summary

"Protesters splattered red liquid onto the base of the bronze statue of Theodore Roosevelt outside the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan..."

"... and later published a statement on the internet calling for its removal as an emblem of 'patriarchy, white supremacy and settler-colonialism.' 'Now the statue is bleeding,' said the statement Thursday from the protesters, who identified themselves as members of the Monument Removal Brigade. 'We did not make it bleed. It is bloody at its very foundation.'"The NYT reports.

Activists Splatter Red Paint on Roosevelt Monument at American Museum of Natural History

3 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

The early-morning action, by a new activist group calling itself the Monument Removal Brigade, is the latest in a series of protests demanding the statue's removal. The post Activists Splatter Red Paint on Roosevelt Monument at American Museum of Natural History appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Photos: Teddy Roosevelt Statue At American Museum Of Natural History Vandalized With Red Paint

The base of a controversial statue of Teddy Roosevelt on the steps of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City was splashed with blood-red paint early Thursday morning. [ more › ]

Inside The AMNH's Most Beloved Halls... Before They Lose Their Unique '70s Vibe

Last week the renderings for the soon-to-be redesigned Halls of Gems & Minerals were unveiled at the American Museum of Natural History, and the projected new look was not exactly an immediate hit with anyone who ever found comfort in those dark, glittering, carpeted spaces. Show More Summary

How Some of the World’s Biggest Art Patrons Contributed to the Opioid Crisis

3 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

The Sackler family funds spaces in several major museums, including the Guggenheim, the American Museum of Natural History, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The pharmaceutical titans also contributed to the US's crushing opioid epidemic. The post How Some of the World’s Biggest Art Patrons Contributed to the Opioid Crisis appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Rethinking well-being and sustainability measurements from local to global scales

(American Museum of Natural History) A new study suggests that standard ways of measuring well-being and sustainability in communities used by global organizations may be missing critical information and could lead to missteps in management actions. Show More Summary

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