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Save the date! Next Monday 4th May we will be talking about #Streetart in the #museum  in a live #ArtTalk with participants from Pera Museum and #streetartist Logan Hicks.
More info below - send us your questions for them! #hangoutsonair #streetartproject  
 
Join us May 4th at 4pm GMT/12pm EST for a live Art Talk with Pera Museum in Istanbul about Street Art in the Museum.

The talk will explore the staging of a street art / graffiti exhibition in a museum setting, as well as the digitization of said artworks. The question of bringing urban art into an institutional setting will be discussed, as well as the permanence granted by digital documentation of artworks which normally tend to be ephemeral in nature.

Participants:
Bihter Ayla Serttürk / Digital Media Supervisor, Pera Museum
Fatma Çolakoğlu / Exhibition Coordinator, Pera Museum
Tania Bahar / Exhibition Coordinator, Pera Museum
Logan Hicks / Artist
Roxanne Ayral / Exhibition Curator, freelance

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Image at the top: Logan Hicks, "Free", stencil and spray paint. Pera Museum, 2014.
Image on the left: Cope 2, "Made in America", spray paint and acrylic. Pera Museum, 2014.

#streetart #streetartproject #arttalks #hangoutsonair #graffiti   #museums  
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Fide Foundation in Spain recently published an online exhibit about Spanish painter Consuelo Mencheta. You can browse through her works in a click below.
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Happy 240th birthday to Joseph Mallord William Turner.
Enjoy more than 200 artworks by the English Romantic landscape painter online, in a click: http://goo.gl/H73YnL
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Are you watching our live #ArtTalk  about data literacy and the Atlas of Knowledge? This is happening now - tune in http://youtu.be/eb2AsAez1nU and send us your questions!
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On Wednesday, 22 April at 4pm CET (10am EDT), the +Mundaneum is inviting Dr. Katy Börner (Indiana University) for an online Art Talk about her latest book, “Atlas of Knowledge. Anyone can map” and data literacy. Her presentation of what mapping can bring to the understanding of science and technology data will be followed by a conversation with specialists Dr. Andrea Scharnhorst (KNAW-DANS, The Netherlands) and Dr. Almila Akdag (eHumanities group KNAW, The Netherlands).
 
We live in “ a time when data literacy is becoming almost as important as language literacy. The Atlas of Knowledge intends to empower anyone to map and make sense of science and technology data to improve daily decision making. ” Atlas of Knowledge, Katy Börner, MIT Press, 2015.

The Mundaneum, brainchild of Paul Otlet – the “father of the Internet idea” – and Henri La Fontaine, Nobel Peace Prize 1913, is now an archives center and museum space devoted to their heritage and its translation into today’s digital culture. One of their preoccupations was to collect, classify and share information, including graphics and maps.

Katy Börner (Professor of Information Science) and Andrea Scharnhorst (Head of e-Research, Data Archiving and Networked Services) are both scientific advisors for the Mundaneum exhibition Mapping Knowledge, understanding the world through data (June 12, 2015 – May 29, 2016). Almila Akdag works on technoscience art and information visualization.
 
Follow #ArtTalks  and +Mundaneum for updates and ask questions during the live talk on hangout using the hashtag #AtlasofKnowledge  
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For your next art break — Take a virtual tour of the +Art Museum of the Americas, the oldest museum of modern and contemporary Latin American and Caribbean art in the United States, in a click: http://goo.gl/Kz0Pco #streetview
Dozens of artworks from the collection are also available in high resolution for you to enjoy online at http://goo.gl/qvKKo3 #art #americas  
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'The Cellist' by Max Weber, one of the first American Cubist painters, born April 18th, 1881 +Brooklyn Museum: http://goo.gl/bmnq90 

" In this Cubist rendering of a cellist, the figure's closed eyes hint at the ecstasies of making music. The shadowy profile of a woman's head that helps to define the musician's torso and merges with the cello may rely on a traditional iconography in which the curved shapes of the instrument were metaphors for the female form. "
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On Wednesday, 22 April at 4pm CET (10am EDT), the +Mundaneum is inviting Dr. Katy Börner (Indiana University) for an online Art Talk about her latest book, “Atlas of Knowledge. Anyone can map” and data literacy. Her presentation of what mapping can bring to the understanding of science and technology data will be followed by a conversation with specialists Dr. Andrea Scharnhorst (KNAW-DANS, The Netherlands) and Dr. Almila Akdag (eHumanities group KNAW, The Netherlands).
 
We live in “ a time when data literacy is becoming almost as important as language literacy. The Atlas of Knowledge intends to empower anyone to map and make sense of science and technology data to improve daily decision making. ” Atlas of Knowledge, Katy Börner, MIT Press, 2015.

The Mundaneum, brainchild of Paul Otlet – the “father of the Internet idea” – and Henri La Fontaine, Nobel Peace Prize 1913, is now an archives center and museum space devoted to their heritage and its translation into today’s digital culture. One of their preoccupations was to collect, classify and share information, including graphics and maps.

Katy Börner (Professor of Information Science) and Andrea Scharnhorst (Head of e-Research, Data Archiving and Networked Services) are both scientific advisors for the Mundaneum exhibition Mapping Knowledge, understanding the world through data (June 12, 2015 – May 29, 2016). Almila Akdag works on technoscience art and information visualization.
 
Follow #ArtTalks  and +Mundaneum for updates and ask questions during the live talk on hangout using the hashtag #AtlasofKnowledge  
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More than 200 works by 135 Polish artists, including Jerzy Nowosielski and Jan Cybis, made their way to Skopje after the tragic earthquake of 1963.
Half a century later, *this collection of Polish contemporary art can be seen in one place for the first time* at http://goo.gl/UhZOBM thanks to Poland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Embassy in Skopje.

Below: City in the hills by Jerzy Nowosieslki: http://goo.gl/pYI7oM
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Join us May 4th at 4pm GMT/12pm EST for a live Art Talk with Pera Museum in Istanbul about Street Art in the Museum.

The talk will explore the staging of a street art / graffiti exhibition in a museum setting, as well as the digitization of said artworks. The question of bringing urban art into an institutional setting will be discussed, as well as the permanence granted by digital documentation of artworks which normally tend to be ephemeral in nature.

Participants:
Bihter Ayla Serttürk / Digital Media Supervisor, Pera Museum
Fatma Çolakoğlu / Exhibition Coordinator, Pera Museum
Tania Bahar / Exhibition Coordinator, Pera Museum
Logan Hicks / Artist
Roxanne Ayral / Exhibition Curator, freelance

Image credits:
Image at the top: Logan Hicks, "Free", stencil and spray paint. Pera Museum, 2014.
Image on the left: Cope 2, "Made in America", spray paint and acrylic. Pera Museum, 2014.

#streetart #streetartproject #arttalks #hangoutsonair #graffiti   #museums  
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Today, the +Château de Versailles  and +Château de Vaux le Vicomte launched their first collaborative online exhibit, "Louis XIV/Nicolas Fouquet: a certain history of taste", on view at: http://goo.gl/1d97OX
For the 400th anniversary of Fouquet's birth and 300th anniversary of Louis XIV's death, the two institutions tell the story of these two historic figures.

Fouquet is best known for building the splendid Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte and also for falling out of favor with Louis XIV, who imprisoned him from 1661 until his death in 1680.
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Our live #ArtTalk  with the +Mundaneum and Dr. Katy Börner about data literacy is starting in 2 hours - watch this page for the livestream & send us your questions! #hangoutsonair #hoa #data  
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On Wednesday, 22 April at 4pm CET (10am EDT), the +Mundaneum is inviting Dr. Katy Börner (Indiana University) for an online Art Talk about her latest book, “Atlas of Knowledge. Anyone can map” and data literacy. Her presentation of what mapping can bring to the understanding of science and technology data will be followed by a conversation with specialists Dr. Andrea Scharnhorst (KNAW-DANS, The Netherlands) and Dr. Almila Akdag (eHumanities group KNAW, The Netherlands).
 
We live in “ a time when data literacy is becoming almost as important as language literacy. The Atlas of Knowledge intends to empower anyone to map and make sense of science and technology data to improve daily decision making. ” Atlas of Knowledge, Katy Börner, MIT Press, 2015.

The Mundaneum, brainchild of Paul Otlet – the “father of the Internet idea” – and Henri La Fontaine, Nobel Peace Prize 1913, is now an archives center and museum space devoted to their heritage and its translation into today’s digital culture. One of their preoccupations was to collect, classify and share information, including graphics and maps.

Katy Börner (Professor of Information Science) and Andrea Scharnhorst (Head of e-Research, Data Archiving and Networked Services) are both scientific advisors for the Mundaneum exhibition Mapping Knowledge, understanding the world through data (June 12, 2015 – May 29, 2016). Almila Akdag works on technoscience art and information visualization.
 
Follow #ArtTalks  and +Mundaneum for updates and ask questions during the live talk on hangout using the hashtag #AtlasofKnowledge  
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Yesterday was Fernando Botero's birthday! Take a look at Museo Botero's online collection, featuring over a hundred paintings and sculptures by the Colombian artist, in high resolution at: http://goo.gl/PAVrZT #onthisday  
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