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ART COLLECTIVE: How do you define the truth?

How do you define the truth? Artists in the Cause Collective weren’t sure—so they decided to trek all over the world and ask as many people…

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0 on Monday

RESEARCH: Mathematical Secrets of Plants’ Stunning Leaf Patterns

Decoding the Mathematical Secrets of Plants’ Stunning Leaf Patterns https://t.co/4vD1Dbqxzl via @SmithsonianMag #Math #Patterns #Symmetry —…

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0 Jun 9

COMIC: Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Rise in the 1980s Art World

The Story of Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Rise in the 1980s Art World Gets Told in a New Graphic Novel https://t.co/rW3MZMovOU pic.twitter.com/ns…

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0 Jun 9

FEATURE: Data Humanist Giorgia Lupi + Class Projects

I've had teachers do incredible work with her book 'Dear Data' see below and reach out to those teachers via Twitter if you are interested…

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0 May 28

TED-ED: Picasso Related Animations + Guernica

Why is this painting so shocking? https://t.co/RAVKYkEnjg via @TED_ED #Picasso #art #guernica pic.twitter.com/vEaBO2MICR — VUBBLE (@vubbleP…

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0 May 10

TOON: Talking Van Gogh's Ear Off

I #arthistory #arted toons - here via @Blisscartoons cc: @vangoghmuseum https://t.co/B5uW7DEt7Q pic.twitter.com/Hwfi7CNqHf — Ryan R. Goble…

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0 May 1

TED-ED: Why is Picasso's Guernica So Shocking

Find out why this painting is considered a masterpiece of anti-war art: https://t.co/zN2mtQmAoE — TED-Ed (@TED_ED) April 30, 2019

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0 May 1

LAYERED ART: Oral History and Antique Portraits by Daesha Devón Harris

Not only do I want to purchase one of these but I would love to write some lessons for them instantly ... During the Depression, the Works…

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0 Apr 28

AUDIO: How the John Hancock Center changed what architects thought was possible.

.@chiarchitecture When the John Hancock Center (now known as 875 N. Michigan Ave.) was completed 50 years ago, it changed what architects t…

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0 Mar 31

WILD: Medieval Manuscripts - Why So Many Drawings in the Margins Depict Bunnies Going Bad

Killer Rabbits in Medieval Manuscripts: Why So Many Drawings in the Margins Depict Bunnies Going Bad https://t.co/MTF9cXrjea pic.twitter.co…

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0 Mar 31

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