Tagged with "New York"

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  1. Paries Pictus

    Paries Pictus

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    by Sara Nowak Published April 08 2013

    As children most of us probably have fond memories of drawing with crayons. Some of us may even have been so bold as to decorating a wall in our home likely much to the chagrin of a parent. Imagine then, if you were a child given permission to not only...

  2. Out of Hand: Materializing the Post Digital

    Out of Hand: Materializing the Post Digital

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    by Luned Palmer Published April 07 2014

    Out of Hand is a great name for this exhibit- it immediately implies that the show might be a little zany, and it aptly describes how the survey of artworks in the show are created: digitally. Of course, though most of the pieces are made with 3d...

  3. Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present and Future

    Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present and Future

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    by Charissa Ruth Published March 24 2015

    BLDG 92 is the educational outreach for the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a space that has been part and parcel of the transformation of Brooklyn, New York, and the United States since the Colonial Times. The main exhibition in BLDG 92 is “Past, Present, and...

  4. 100 Years of the Picture Collection: From Abacus to Zoology

    100 Years of the Picture Collection: From Abacus to Zoology

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    by Charissa Ruth Published December 31 2015

    The Picture Collection at the New York Public Library is the original search engine for images. Remember the times when we relied heavily on other people to help us find what we were looking for? Librarians held all that knowledge in their heads way...

  5. Tattooed New York

    Tattooed New York

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    by Charissa Ruth Published April 08 2017

    Tattooing itself has simply been what it has always been: person, ink, image. Through the mirror of time, tattoos themselves have changed to represent different things for different people and that is what the New York Historical Society seeks to...