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The Cultural Heritage Art Gallery is part of a unique cultural center on the outskirts of Arusha, Tanzania. It is arguably one of the largest collections of African art anywhere. The building's complex design is the work of Studio Infinity Architects, based in Nairobi, Kenya. The attraction has been visited by influential leaders and celebrities including Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Brad Pitt, and David & Victoria Beckham.
Immerse yourself in some of the Gallery’s greatest treasures. The Sainsbury Wing was built to house the National Gallery’s world-class collection of Early Renaissance paintings. Comprising 16 rooms displaying over 270 works from 1200 to 1500, it first opened to the public in July 1991. Take a virtual tour of the collection and immerse yourself in spellbinding works of art, including ‘The Wilton Diptych’, van Eyck’s ‘Arnolfini Portrait’, Botticelli’s ‘Venus and Mars’ and Leonardo’s ‘Virgin of the Rocks’. Please note that some paintings are not available as part of the tour; other paintings shown in the tour may not be on physical display in the Gallery.
Presented by Mozilla and Tactical Technology, the Glass Room is an exhibit that was open in London, UK for three weeks in the fall of 2017. The exhibit, dubbed a "tech store with a twist," is presented like a Black Mirror episode come to life. The exhibit presents the relationship between today's technology, privacy, and online security in creative ways.
Sookmyung Women's University is a private university found in Seoul, South Korea. Originally founded in 1906, the university is Korea's first royal private educational institution for women. In 2015, Sookmyung was ranked the second-best women's university in Korea according to JoongAng Daily.
Weinberger Fine Art is an art gallery found in Kansas City, Missouri. Committed to showcasing diverse and high-quality work from both emerging and established artists, Weinberger Fine Art features a gallery with almost 5,000 square feet of exhibition space. Previous exhibitions include the Studio Nong Collective, Defining Atmosphere, and Nina Irwin's solo exhibition.
Steinert Hall is an underground concert hall found in Boston, Massachusetts. Nicknamed "The Little Gem," Steinert Hall was originally built in 1986. During its heyday, the hall featured musicians such as Russian pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff, along with former prime minister of Poland and Polish pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski. NBC's TODAY took a tour of Steinert Hall, which has been closed to the public since 1942.
Although Christie's auction house was originally founded in London, Christie's Hong Kong has been rather instrumental in developing the Asian auction market. Explore the auction house's 2017 Autumn Auction collection featuring Asian 20th-century and contemporary art, Chinese ceramics, paintings, jewels, watches, and much more.
Featured by the Associated Press, the Iraq National Museum was established after World War I and features prized artifacts from the Mesopotamian civilization. Over the past few years, the Islamic State group has damaged ancient sites across Iraq and Syria, and so the museum's preservation of ancient artifacts is now more important than ever. The Islamic Hall features ancient Islamic art and architecture including a burial casket of Imam Mossa Kadhim, a major Shiite Islamic figure.
Featured by the Associated Press, the Iraq National Museum was established after World War I and features prized artifacts from the Mesopotamian civilization. Over the past few years, the Islamic State group has damaged ancient sites across Iraq and Syria, and so the museum's preservation of ancient artifacts is now more important than ever. The Assyrian Hall contains treasures from the Assyrian Empire including two towering deities known as Lamassu and a statue from the temple of Nabu.
The New Alexandra Theatre is an art deco theatre venue found in Birmingham, UK. Originally opened in 1901 as the Lyceum Theatre, the venue is commonly known today as the Alex among city locals. The theatre has seen a wide range of performances, including West End productions of Copacabana, Great Expectations, Grease, West Side Story.
This corridor found in the Ninh Van region of Vietnam is filled with 500 unique arhat statues. The statues, made by local villagers, were each made out of stone blocks. Each statue features a unique facial expression and posture different from all 499 other statues within the corridor. In Buddhism, an Arhat is a title given to an individual who has achieved spiritual enlightenment, or nirvana.