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Museums Based on Books: Your Nominees

Alice and Wonderland and Darth Vader
John Tenniel / gtartwork

What book would you like to see as a museum? More»

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Join Three Color Experts for a Twitter Chat about Red


Save the date for a Twitter chat with three experts on the art and science of red. More»

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Talk to the World’s Art Experts Online during Ask-a-Curator Day, September 18

Bryan Keene / #AskaCurator
Manuscripts curator Bryan Keene awaits your #AskaCurator questions

Curators take Twitter on Wednesday to answer your questions big and small. More»

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Six Questions for Peter Greenaway

Peter Greenaway at the Getty Center

For our Getty Perspectives lecture series, filmmaker Peter Greenaway came to speak about his new work creating immersive environments inspired by masterpieces of European painting. At the event, and on Facebook and Twitter, we put out the call for your… More»

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      Wanna manna?

      God rained down manna (bread from heaven) on Moses and the hungry Israelites on their journey out of Egypt. 

      Described as white “like coriander seed” and tasting “like wafers made with honey,” manna was both physical and spiritual nourishment and a sign that God was watching over the Jews.

      In this image, the Israelites around Moses bend down to hurriedly collect manna, which the Bible says melted in the sunlight.


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