Weaving the Streets is a special Weave News citizen journalism project focusing on the diverse ways in which ordinary people around the world use public space to express themselves.
Weavers are everywhere, and we are constantly documenting and reflecting on examples of street art and other traces of street-based actions, movements, and forms of expression that are often ignored by mainstream media.
The LONE STAR MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM is located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country with beautiful motorcycling roads all around.
We display a wonderful collection of machines from around the world dating from the 1910's to modern.
At the 50th annual meeting of the European Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) earlier this month, experts decided to speak up about the dangers of a vegan diet for children without proper supplementation.
“It is difficult to ensure a healthy and balanced vegan diet in young infants, and parents should understand the serious consequences of failing to follow advice regarding supplementation of the diet,” Dr.
Lawrence University made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Click through to view the latest installments in our Weaving the Streets series.
You'll find everything from from popular protests and squatter movements in Madrid to street art in Costa Rica and Italy to "selfie" culture in Thailand. Brush Art Gallery and the Libraries and Instructional Technology division at St.
This work is sponsored by Crossing Boundaries, an interdisciplinary humanities project at St.
The Museum of the Red River will begin implementing renovations starting in December 2015.
This large project will bring in more space for it’s exhibits and visitors.
The exhibition investigates the use of color in art through artistic movements and research that stand apart from canonical histories on color and abstraction, with multiple accounts relating to memory, politics, spirituality, storytelling, psychology and synesthesia.
Artworks come from museum collections such as the Reina Sofia in Madrid, MNAM Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Paul Klee Zentrum in Bern, Munchmuseet in Oslo, Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Tate Britain in London, and the Dia Foundation in New York, as well as from the collections of both the GAM-Torino and the Castello di Rivoli, and numerous private collections.The Museum also houses exhibits to celebrate the world’s artistic heritage, including the contributions made by Native Americans.