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Tippets: AMFF Presents Vintage Field & Stream Covers, Millgate on Floating the Salmon River

The American Museum of Fly Fishing has compiled an online portfolio and history of Field & Stream, including vintage illustrated covers. Read more about artists Arthur Davenport Fuller and Tom Rost via AMFF. Kris Millgate writes about floating and fishing … more ?

"Flora and Fauna: Drawings by Francesca Anderson" opens at the Bruce Museum

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

Artist Francesca Anderson specializes in capturing natural history in her exquisite illustrations of plants and wildlife. Twenty of her scratchboard and pen-and-ink drawings will be on view in the exhibition Flora and Fauna: Drawings by Francesca Anderson at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT. Show More Summary

Photos: Get Your Fix Of Dodgers History At The Sprawling Sports Museum of Los Angeles

The world's largest private sports memorabilia collection is now open to the public, and the Boys in Blue are front and center. [ more › ]

Automotive Hall of Fame Moving from Dearborn to Detroit, Wants to be More Than a Museum

The Automotive Hall of Fame thinks it can better tell the history of the automobile if it makes a move to the Motor City. William Chapin, the museum’s president, wants to expand the facility’s scope and become part of Detroit’s resurgence, so he’s looking for space near downtown, according to the Detroit Free Press. Show More Summary

Skrímslasetrið in Iceland

Tale of monstrous sea beasts have been blowing in from the cold seas off the shores of Iceland for centuries and a small fjord town that still reports regular sightings has established a museum to the history of these mythical cryptids. Using...Show More Summary

The Railway Coastal Museum, Newfoundland

The St. John's, Newfoundland railway station Newfoundland's Railway Coastal Museum is located in the historic railway station by the port in St. John's. The museum covers the history of the Newfoundland Railway and successors CN andShow More Summary

Bordeaux's La Cité Du Vin Joins Ranks Of The World's Best Food And Drink Museums

Around the world, food and drink museums offer visitors the chance to explore the culinary history and heritage of the locale in often unexpected ways. Here are six standouts.

Opening Ceremony Opens Exclusive Pop-Up Shop In Brooklyn Museum

NYC-based Opening Ceremony recently opened a special pop-up shop in an extension to the Brooklyn Museum’s new exhibition Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present. Featuring a special capsule collection named “CLUB...Show More Summary

One Museum Used Minecraft To Show A Tragic Moment In History, See The Video

The Museum of London is working with game designer Adam Clarke, Dragnoz and map builders Blockworks to bring audiences a recreation of the Great Fire 1666 of London, England through Mojang's Minecraft.

Google's Art and Culture app turns your phone into a museum

Art is a big subject. It embodies the values of humanity, preserves our culture and serves as a record of our very history. Jumping into it can be daunting and scary, but Google just made it a little easier: the company's new Art and Culture app puts the works of over 1,000 museums in the palm of your hand. Show More Summary

Video: Alfa Romeo's motorsport history

Lorenzo Ardizio, curator of the Alfa Romeo Museum, talks about the Italian brand's motor racing success, which includes winning…

Exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art celebrates simplicity in design

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

The Essence of Things: Design and the Art of Reduction, on view June 24 through September 11, 2016, brings together approximately 150 objects from one hundred years of design history, ranging from humble items like flip-flops and rubber bands to high-concept living pods. Show More Summary

Underwater Museum at Cape Tarkhankut in Olenivka, Ukraine

Organized more than 15 years ago, this museum boasts a collection of busts of communist leaders and the heads of socialism throughout the history of the USSR — lined up on stone shelves and racks and buried underwater. It's without an...Show More Summary

Sports Museum of LA opens to the public

Gary Cypres' shrine to sports history (mostly baseball) is right up there with Eli Broad's Grand Avenue temple of art as proof of one man's passion.

Summer exhibitions at the Henry: Senga Nengudi and Museum of Transgender History and Art

last weekArts : Artdaily

This summer, the Henry offers a career survey of artist Senga Nengudi and a new project from the Museum of Transgender Hirstory & Art. Improvisational Gestures surveys the sculpture, performance, video, and related work of American artist Senga Nengudi (born 1943). Show More Summary

World's first exhibition on the history and spread of Christian art in Asia on view in Singapore

last weekArts : Artdaily

The Asian Civilisations Museum is presenting Christianity in Asia: Sacred Art and Visual Splendour, the world?s first exhibition on the history and spread of Christian art in Asia. This is also the ACM?s inaugural special exhibition after an extensive revamp last year. Show More Summary

Researchers Thrown For Loop After Female Sexually Transmits Zika Virus To Male Partner

At an event at the American Natural History Museum last month, Jay Varma, the Deputy Commissioner for Disease Control at the city's Health Department, noted that the biggest problem with the Zika virus is the unknown. "What we're really...Show More Summary

5 things to do: SAY WHAT? Variety Fundraiser

Saturday, July 16, 2016 Fernbank Forest Bird Walk at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Whipple Museum of the History of Science in Cambridge, England

“I little thought when I bought an old telescope, for the sum of 10 francs from an antique shop in Tours in 1913 that I was embarking on the slippery slope of collecting.” - Robert Stewart Whipple Growing up with a scientist father in London, Robert Stewart Whipple’s entire life was spent around scientific tools and inventions. Show More Summary

Researchers Say Dinosaurs Didn’t Roar, They Cooed

It’s a staple of every children’s book and natural history museum exhibition-not to mention every single incarnation of Jurassic Park: dinosaurs unleashed fearsome roars. But, according to one new study, they may actually have been far more softly spoken, and communicated through closed lip ‘coos’. Yes, coos....

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