by Katie Bowell, Curator of Cultural Interpretation
An interview about the new Native Arts exhibit at the Denver Art Museum. In this exhibit, the focus shifts away from an encyclopedic representation of Native art to a look at the career of one artist.
A 19th century house in France that was sealed up for 100 years has now been opened as a museum.
John Scapes spent thirty years creating a replica of a 1895 Chicago “Main Street” in his basement.
A little jelly called the “Pink Meanie” is so different from other jellies that scientists have created a whole new Family – Drymonematidae – to classify it.
Paleontologists have found the first “one-fingered” dinosaur.
If you really want to, research now shows you can go up to 15 months without washing your jeans and not have any serious health risks. If you really want to…
The Artful Amoeba compares the British and American versions of Life, and I have to say I agree with her conclusions.
Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about the astronomy inaccuracies in Titanic, and how he got James Cameron to re-edit the night sky.
The performance group Arc Attack performs the Dr. Who theme using two giant Tesla coils.
Film editor and sound engineer Walter Murch explains, using physics, biology and evolution(!), why 3-D movies make our brains work too hard.
Colorado State University is developing video cameras that work like the human brain.