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Julie Watai is a performance artist and idol in Japan and Italy who is forging a connection between the fashion world of Shibuya and the technology world of Akihabara. She declared at a recent symposium that young people no longer go to museums, and that it is important for them to have an entry...
Nancy Rodgers © Exploratorium Physicist and educator Frank Oppenheimer founded the Exploratorium in 1969 as a museum of art, science, and human perception. A hybrid between a laboratory and a public museum, the Exploratorium’s roots lie in an interdisciplinary approach to understanding...
Making Science Intimate Earworm (node) by Deborah Aschheim, 2008, speakers, LED's, plastic, copper tubing. This sound sculpture translates the musicians' improvisation on the word "node,"(which brings up associations of connectivity in an information network, or mutation/...
Chef Richard Hetzler. Photo by Katherine Fogden (Mohawk). (c) 2008 Smithsonian Institution. When was the last time you visited a museum not for an exhibit, but just for a meal? The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) is helping redefine museum dining with its Mitsitam Café ,...
November 26, 2009 Washington, DC Chairman Rocco Landesman will be in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, over the Thanksgiving weekend as part of the Art Works tour. While there he will visit the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts . "I am thankful that we have so many wonderful museums across...