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On Friday night, thieves stole $1.4 million —including Mary Queen of Scoots’ golden rosary beads—from Arundel Castle

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Thieves stole $ 1.4 million worth of gold and silver items, including the golden rosary of Mary Queen of Scots, from Arundel Castle, a centuries-old building in England that houses various artifacts associated with the British monarchy. The theft came just days after the site reopened to the public after months of closure as a result of Covid-related national...

Chon Noriega will step down as director of UCLA’s Chicano Studies Research Center

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The director of UCLA’s Chicano Studies Research Center is stepping down after nearly two decades. hen Chon Noriega became director of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, he saw it as an opportunity for him to take some of the things he was doing at other institutions around the country — bringing artist papers into archival settings, developing media-based teaching materials on race...

Mary Beth Edelson, an artist who used her work to raise awareness for the feminist movement and empower women, has died at 88

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Mary Beth Edelson is an artist who has used her work to raise awareness of the feminist movement and empower women. She died at the age of 88. The David Lewis Gallery in New York, which presents her, has confirmed her death. Mary Beth's accomplishments as a pioneering feminist artist and activist continue to change the course of art history....

Six artist have been shortlisted for Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth

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A giant rocket and casts of the faces of 850 trans people are two of the proposals put forward for Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth. A silo filled with plants, a 1914 photograph reimagined, a figure based on German folklore, and a jewellery tree made of household objects are designs that have also been shortlisted. Sadiq Khan said it was the "most...

London’s Southbank Centre has named Misan Harriman as the new chair of its board of trustees

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Misan Harriman took up photography just four years ago. Now, he is now head of Britain's largest art center. The former City headhunter became a photographer, taking one of the defining photographs of last year's Black Lives Matter protests in London, and was named chairman of Britain's largest arts center. Last June, Harriman took a photo of18 year-old protestor, Darcy...

COPY OF MICHELANGELO’S STATUE OF DAVID will alight at the Dubai Expo 2021

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Italy will create the world's most accurate copy of the statue of David by Michelangelo. It will become the main symbol of Italy at the World Expo in Dubai, which opens on October 1. Work has already begun in the Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence. There is a masterpiece of the Renaissance. Cecilia Hallberg, director...

The National Museum of Women in Arts in Washington, D.C., will close ahead of a major restoration effort

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On August 9, the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington DC will close. This will come ahead of a major restoration of its historic building. The construction will begin on September 1 and will last for two years. During the closing time, the museum will feature virtual programs, events, and exhibitions. The $ 66 million project which...

Archaeologists Discover Childhood Home of legendary abolitionist Harriet Tubman

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Archaeologists believe they have discovered the house where Harriet Tubman spent her childhood. The building was previously thought to have been lost. The cabin, located in eastern Maryland, was nicknamed "Ben Ross's Cabin" after Tubman's father. His former slave owner had given the cabin to Ross when he was freed. Tubman lived in it with her father, her mother Rita,...

Customizable T-Shirts with Josef Albers’s Squares

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To this day many art historians argue about whether we should refer to Josef Albers as a German or an American artist. In fact, Josef Albers was born on March 19, 1888 in Bottrop, Germany. Already at a young age Josef Albers was fond of many things - drawing, literature. As for the latter, he not only read a lot,...

SCIENTISTS AT PURDUE UNIVERSITY have developed paint that they are billing as the whitest on record

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Scientists from Purdue University in the USA have created the whitest paint in the world. It reflects 98% of the energy emitted by sunlight. Scientists believe that the use of the brightest paint will prevent homes from heating up in hot climates. This will significantly reduce the cost of air conditioning. According to Purdue University research, applying paint to roofs...

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