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Dive into the Coral Sea to admire the remarkable beauty and variety of the Great Barrier Reef on the north-east coast of Australia, on the #WorldWonders  Project: http://goo.gl/NnHA5p #StreetView  

The Great Barrier Reef is the world's most extensive stretch of coral reef and in terms of faunal diversity, probably the richest area in the world. Read more at: http://goo.gl/fiUErY #sealife   #nature #Australia  
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Today marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
You can learn more about this day in the +Imperial War Museums' exhibition, which included letters, photos and artworks about it. #wwii #onthisday
In the closing months of the war in Europe, forward units of the Allied armies advancing from east and west came across the concentration camps. In April 1945, British troops liberated the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
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Tune in 4/22 for an online talk with +Mundaneum about data literacy and the power of mapping! #ArtTalks #hangoutsonair
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On Wednesday, 22 April at 4pm CET (10am EST), 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  
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Google Art Project. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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On April 14, 1865, President Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C.
Booth had planned the assassination for months with a group of fellow Confederate sympathizers. In +Ford's Theatre's online exhibit "The Conspirators", you can learn about them: http://goo.gl/2D9BrG #onthisday #history  
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Explore the streets of the Norwegian mining town of Røros, a superbly preserved 17th-century industrial settlement, with #StreetView  in a click: http://goo.gl/P7hnPk  +UNESCO  #WorldWonders #HappyFriday   #travel  
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Ice-skating queen and film star Sonja Henie was born #onthisday  in 1912. Here's a photo of her in 1952, during the Hollywood Ice Review: http://goo.gl/E1yX1q
Figure skating star Sonja Henie clad in feathered costume blowing kisses to her audience fr. a portable rink during Hollywood Ice Review.
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Sir Charlie Chaplin, the English actor and director who became internationally famous for his role in silent movies, was born  #onthisday in 1889.  Here he is in "The Cure" in 1917: http://goo.gl/O7K23f #film #history  
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Tune in 4/22 for an online talk with +Mundaneum about data literacy and the power of mapping! #ArtTalks #hangoutsonair
Google Art Project originally shared:
 
On Wednesday, 22 April at 4pm CET (10am EST), 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  
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Google Art Project. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
Q&A
Preview
Live
Art Talk: "Atlas of Knowledge. Anyone can map"
Wed, April 22, 10:00 AM
Hangouts On Air - Broadcast for free

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Experience culture from around the world right in the palm of your hand. #WorldArtDay  http://goo.gl/tF7pLj
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To commemorate the 150th anniversary of US President Abraham Lincoln's assassination, explore interactive online exhibitions published by Ford's Theatre at http://goo.gl/d1yd3l about the Lincoln assassination, Ford’s Theatre and Petersen House history, and Lincoln’s legacy.

You can also take a virtual tour of Ford’s Theatre via #StreetView  at http://goo.gl/2yvWSH, including the famous balcony where Lincoln was shot while watching a performance. #onthisday #FordsTheatre #history  
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Art in 3D on the Google Cultural Institute
From today, you can admire hundreds of multi-dimensional objects on the Google Cultural Institute website, from animal skulls to oriental sculptures: http://goo.gl/1p93XR
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Today is legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday's 100th birthday.
Here's a 1943 photo of "Lady Day" singing Fine & Mellow accompanied by James P. Johnson & other  musicians during a jam session - on view at: http://goo.gl/sZgl3A
#onthisday #jazz #music #history  
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Introduction
The Google Cultural Institute helps preserve and promote culture online
With a team of dedicated engineers, Google is building tools that make it simple to tell the stories of our diverse cultural heritage and make them accessible worldwide. 

Explore the Cultural Institute site
We have created this site to provide a visually rich and interactive online experience for telling cultural stories in new ways. Discover exhibits by expert curators, find artifacts, view photographs, read original manuscripts, watch videos, and more.

Other Projects
We have worked with organizations from across the globe on a variety of projects; presenting thousands of works of art online through the Art Project, bringing to life the wonders of the world through the World Wonders Project and showcasing the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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ere you will find all sorts of interesting information about culture and history:
*News and features announcements
* Tips and tricks about Google Cultural Institute’s exhibits and features
* Spotlights on cultural themes and personalities on the site
* Stories behind historic and cultural events and people
* Hangouts about all sorts of cultural topics
* #CITrivia, a chance for you to show off your knowledge in culture and history

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