Quarantine, but make it culture.
Quarantine, but make it educational.
If you're stuck at home, why not get some culture?
After you've visited Frida, give one of these a chance.
An entire museum dedicated to potatoes? Yes please.
It goes way beyond checking out books.
We never said this would be easy.
"what histories are natural & what artifacts art? / how do we decide the borders of a country / or an era or a solar system? when did we decide / our planet meant only this collection of green?"
They're all either time travelers or immortal vampires.
Watch your wallet.
Every beard is a work of art.
Museums are so extra.
"Shall we get a historian to date the skull?" "No"
Joanna Ebenstein's book The Anatomical Venus explores the history of a beautiful, and dissectible, form of wax model used to teach anatomy in the 18th century. Warning: graphic images.
The art of LACMA is surprisingly relatable!
Sometimes, you just can't be fucked.
Is that a dolphin dick in a jar? Of course it is...
FFS DON'T TOUCH THE ARTWORK.
Or, you know, any time of the year.
You're going to view the crap out of that art.
South of the river, nice? Pull the other one.
Later this year, life that exists at Earth's extremes will take center stage in a new exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History. We got a behind-the-scenes look at the stars of the show.
Make an impression(ism).
Because well-behaved museum-goers seldom make history.
Dudes, just put some art in your profile, ladies love art.
Oh, the places you'll go! (If you haven't already been there.)
"There is a single light of science, and to brighten it anywhere is to brighten it everywhere." —Isaac Asimov
You have to see these to understand. By Chadwick & Spector.
Ahhhh, which one is the clone?! Everyone has a twin somewhere out there — when will you meet yours?