MuseumScope

War Museum Features Medicine Used During the Civil War

 The National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick, Maryland, was established in 1990, and it began as a random hobby for Dr. Gordon E. Dammann, M.D., and his spouse, Karen. They started acq...

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“I Live I Die I Will Be Reborn” Exhibition Showcases Luchita Hurtado’s Impressive Oeuvre

 For over 70 years, Luchita Hurtado has dedicated her life to painting and drawing through her investigation of transcendence and universality. She has been known to have developed an artistic vo...

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“Kaleidoscope: Immigration and Modern Britain” Exhibition Features Stories of Immigrants in the U.K.

 Immigration in the United Kingdom has been very prevalent since 1945. Many of these immigrants came from the former British Empire, especially in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, South Africa, as we...

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Natalia Goncharova Exhibition: UK's First Restrospective of the Russian Avant-Garde Artist

 Living through a rapidly changing era, Russian artist Natalia Goncharova experienced both the pressures and the possibilities of a new age. She viewed the Russian avant-garde of the early 1900s ...

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"I, I, I, I, I, I, I, Kathy Acker": Celebrating One of the Most Influential Figures in the Punk Movement

 More than 20 years after her death, American writer Kathy Acker's influence remains alive in the literary world. She was known for her works that were a mix of pop culture, radical feminism,...

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“Kiss My Gender” Exhibition Explores the Notions of Sexual Identity

 The LGBTQ+ community faces much discrimination every day. They are looked down upon, treated negatively, and even violated just because of how they express themselves. The negative assumptions a...

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