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Adam Ruins Everything – Why Even the Greatest Artists Copied | truTV

Two hours until the opening. I just need one great idea. Something totally original. Like turtles playing poker? Agh! Go away! This studio is a

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Is This the Oldest Art in the World?

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How To Build The Ultimate Sandcastle

I’m Jamie Wardley from Sand in Your Eye and I’m helping to make an ultimate castle with English Heritage. I’m also here to give you

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Measuring Histories – Sonya Clark | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

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TAEKOOK – The mask [Artist!AU] +Jin

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IRON from SAND – Oldest form of iron smelting

The history of iron making started about 1500 BC it was the Hittites of Mesopotamia who first started smelting iron and they used a very

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Who decides whether art is ‘good’ or ‘bad’? | A.O. Scott

I think that taste hierarchies do exist and they’re almost always the kind of the representation of other sorts of hierarchies and assumptions. And that’s

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Artist Interview—Kent Monkman: mistikôsiwak (Wooden Boat People) | Met Exhibitions

Kent Monkman: My name is Kent Monkman. I’m a Cree artist. This is a very exciting opportunity to work with the collection at The Met,

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How van Gogh became van Gogh: Rare show presents artist alongside those who inspired him

JUDY WOODRUFF: There are a number of unanswered questions regarding the artist Vincent van Gogh. There was mental illness, but a precise diagnosis is still

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Conserving Dürer’s Triumphal Arch

This is Dürer’s Triumphal Arch which has been in the British Museum since 1837. It is the largest print that we have measuring some four