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DevOps at Thomas J. Watson Library

11 days ago   |   Metropolitan Museum of Art

Associate Museum Librarian for Library Systems Alan McCarthy-Behler discusses the use of DevOps in Thomas J. Watson Library.
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Steal This MARC Record: Sharing Through GitHub

11 days ago   |   Metropolitan Museum of Art

Metadata and Collections Librarian William Blueher discusses how Thomas J. Watson Library is sharing large record sets with other libraries.
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Team Spirit: Watson Volunteers and Interns Rally During COVID

11 days ago   |   Metropolitan Museum of Art

Associate Manager for Collection Development and Special Collections Holly Phillips discusses some of the projects Watson Library volunteers have worked on remotely during the...
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At the Click of a Button: The Art of Online Resources

11 days ago   |   Metropolitan Museum of Art

Library Associate for Electronic Resources, Systems Scott Carlton discusses some of the online resources available through Thomas J. Watson Library.
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For Travel or Hibernation: New Audiobooks to Uplift, Soothe or Terrify

14 days ago   |   NY Times

What to listen to this winter, from a dark, dystopian fantasy to a guide to enjoying the here and now.
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Encounter: Interview with Stephen Quiller

1 month ago   |   Michael Chesley Johnson

View in browser Watch it here While I eagerly await an advance copy of my book, Beautiful Landscape Painting Outdoors: Mastering Plein Air, I am interviewing some of the...
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Epic Timelapse Showcases the Four Seasons of the Mourne Mountains

2 monthes ago   |   Peta Pixel

Filmed over the course of a year, photographer Richard Watson captured this breathtaking timelapse journey through the four seasons in the Mourne Mountains, considered one of...
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How Do Pro Photographers Light Their Photographs?

How Do Pro Photographers Light Their Photographs?

3 monthes ago   |   Peta Pixel   |   3 articles

How does renowned portrait photographer Albert Watson light his photos? With a foolproof three-light setup that makes his photos look amazing, of course! Except... he doesn't...
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An ‘Allegory for Our Times': The Royal Ballet's ‘Dante Project'

3 monthes ago   |   NY Times

Wayne McGregor's full-length work, a collaboration with Thomas Adès and Tacita Dean, opens at a moment of purgatorial relevance.
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Video of Ernest Watson

Video of Ernest Watson

6 monthes ago   |   Gurney Journey

Ernest Watson was the wrote many instructional books and championed the pencil. He also produced instructional videos. His grandson put this one on YouTube recently. He also...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Awesome Race Car Photos Shot with a Modded Game Boy Camera

Awesome Race Car Photos Shot with a Modded Game Boy Camera

The Game Boy Camera has been modded countless times over the years, mostly just for nostalgia. But what about putting one into a real-world situation? How would it fare?... Read more ...

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Jonathan Brown, Pioneering Historian of Spanish and Latin American Art, Dies...

He played a crucial role in reinvigorating a neglected area of Western art history, bringing figures from the past to life and connecting lived realities of earlier centuries... Read more ...

Driveway Drama: 1954

Driveway Drama: 1954

Dearborn, Michigan. "1954 Ford Mainline two-door sedan." A thrifty ride for the suburban bride. Color transparency from the Ford Motor Co. photographic archives. View full size. Read more ...

Alice Neel. Born January 28, 1900

Alice Neel. Born January 28, 1900

Alice Neel. Born in January 1900 Ballet Dancer, 1950. Hall Collection. © The Estate of Alice Neel. Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London and Victoria Miro, London I am coming... Read more ...

Kamau Bell: Bill Cosby Is Key to Understanding America

The comic and commentator discusses his new documentary, “We Need to Talk About Cosby,” and what Cosby's story reveals about the “two runaway forces of oppression in America.” Read more ...

Recalling the Pain of an Early 19th Century Writer

Stuck in a CT scan, the illustrator Alison Barnwell remembers the horrors recounted by Fanny Burney, who wrote of her mastectomy in excruciating detail. Read more ...

Joe Exotic Is Resentenced to 21 Years for ‘Tiger King' Murder-for-Hire Plot

Last year, a federal appeals court vacated the initial sentence for the plot, which was featured in the Netflix series “Tiger King.” Petitions for pardons from two presidents... Read more ...

Arts Resolutions for a Creative 2022 

Arts Resolutions for a Creative 2022 

Arts Resolutions for a Creative 2022 Date Fri, 01/28/2022 - 12:00 Carolyn Coons Fri, 01/28/2022 - 17:05 Author By Carolyn Coons Teaser Image Mike Orlove photo.jpg Body Photo by... Read more ...

Sundance Film Festival: ‘Nanny' Leads a Parade of

This year's festival featured lots of scares, a parade of bodies and a haunted, haunting postcolonial tale set in New York. Read more ...