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This website from the University of Washington Libraries highlights their special collection on the history of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. The pages include images and text detailing "the story of the Tacoma Narrows...
Developed in part by the University of Exeter's School of Performance Art (with the help of Jon Primrose), the aim of Theatrecrafts.com is "to eventually be the best resource for practical information and advice about...
This fine exhibit and pedagogical tool was developed by the Art Institute of Chicago in order assist science teachers in their efforts to explore the relationship between science and art in a museum setting. Supported by...
As more and more films use visual effects throughout their running time, movie fans continue to clamor for more information about how the process of creating such effects works and what types of challenges might be...
The material on this website is used for a course taught at Dartmouth University called, Geometry in Art and Architecture. The website presents several images of "polygons, tilings & sacred geometry" along with...
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