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Interview with Artist Gretchen Andrew

Interview with Artist Gretchen Andrew

A look at the intersection of art & AI with artist Gretchen Andrew

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BODY WORLDS: A Unique Insight into the Anatomy of Human and Animal Specimens

BODY WORLDS: A Unique Insight into the Anatomy of Human and Animal Specimens

Through Dr. Gunther von Hagens’ innovative techniques of Plastination, BODY WORLDS offers a new way of teaching anatomy by displaying real preserved bodies.

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Using mobile-phone film-making to engage young people with museum collections

Using mobile-phone film-making to engage young people with museum collections

Andrew Wilson (formerly of Blink now Studio for Co-operation) and Lee Hutchinson (formerly of Northampton Museums, now M Shed, Bristol) designed and evaluated a research project aimed at examining the potential of models and techniques for engaging young people with museum collections through the use of mobile technology.                                                                   The full

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Interview with Dr. Jorg Vollnagel

Interview with Dr. Jorg Vollnagel

Blick auf das Bild “Mystische Geburt” von Sandro Botticelli © Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin / Achim KleukerWhat does your typical work day look like?Since I am head of research and exhibitions at Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, my typical work day consists of a lot of communication: meetings, emails, and

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Crown Fine Art unveils new purpose-built facility where clients can sell as well as store art

Crown Fine Art unveils new purpose-built facility where clients can sell as well as store art

Art Central, Crown’s new purpose-built facility close to Central London not only provides secure storage but also acts as a gallery extension for clients who want to sell their art. Located just five minutes from Central London, they started operating from its new facilities on Monday 17th August. As

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Behind the Scenes at the London Transport Museum

Behind the Scenes at the London Transport Museum

I met Elizabeth Scott, newly appointed curator at the London Transport Museum during her first week there to aske her a few questions. Can you describe to us the steps to put together an exhibition? There are many steps in putting an exhibition together and whenever I work with external

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The Hague's Pearl: Mauritshuis Reopens

The Hague's Pearl: Mauritshuis Reopens

The Mauritshuis re-opened its doors to the public at the end of June 2014 after a two-year renovation. This museum hosts one of the finest collections of Dutch art from the Golden Age, including masterpieces such as Vermeer’s The Girl with the Pearl Earring, Rembrandt’s The Anatomy Lesson

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Lost and Found: Five Victories for The Art Loss Register

Lost and Found: Five Victories for The Art Loss Register

Whether you are buying, selling, reporting stolen property, or registering a family heirloom, The Art Loss Register is indispensable. As the world’s largest private database of stolen and missing art, antiques and collectibles, the ALR stores information on over 400,000 items. Established in London in 1991 with the

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Getting Paintings Online: The Public Catalogue Foundation

Getting Paintings Online: The Public Catalogue Foundation

The Public Catalogue Foundation is a registered charity, founded in 2002 to create a photographic record of all the oil paintings in public ownership in the UK. This is the first project of its kind in the world to create a complete online catalogue of every oil painting in a

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