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Bond Week - There are many ways to bond with those around you. Perhaps you share a love of TV or a love of coffee (or maybe a love of both). Here are the many ways in which BTR staffers bond with their friends and family.
Fall Week - Joanna Ebenstein, cofounder of the Morbid Anatomy Museum, recalls childhood curiosity on death. She talks about how she’s bringing the taboo topic to mainstream discussion.
The Museum of Imaginary Musical Instruments displays musical fantasies, expanding what we think is possible. Some modern creative vibrations find themselves in film, where made-up instruments find a proxy to reality.
The Museum of the Moving Image’s newest exhibition, titled 'Sensory Stories: An Exhibition of New Narrative Experiences', provides a momentary escape from reality but leaves much to be desired.
PHOTOBLOG: The Cloisters is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art displaying medieval art and architecture. It has been open to the public since 1938. Pieces of five separate European monasteries or convents were shipped to the United States and reassembled to create what is currently The Cloisters.
The gluten-free diet has changed the way we view food. Going gluten-free evidently has profound effects on famous works of art.
The Museum of the City of New York’s ‘Everything is Design’ showcases a display of Paul Rand’s graphic work. Visitors can also learn about Rand’s personal history and design philosophy.
BTR stopped by the new Whitney Museum in NYC’s Meatpacking District and listened to architect Renzo Piano's insight. 'America Is Hard to See' proved to be quite a diverse opening exhibit.
This week we chat about the beautiful art of creating stamps with stamp museum curator and artist Ginny Lloyd.
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum honors World War II icon, Rosie the Riveter.
The Sketchbook Project comprises personal artistic interpretations from people all over the globe.