Considered the holy grail of the museum’s collection is George Washington’s headquarters tent that he used from 1778 to 1783.
The bright blue home is a treasure chest of history.
The museum has become something of a sparkling mineral in its own right.
The fine watchmaking company has a museum, and is on constant alert for rare, historically significant pieces and artifacts which would have a great place at the locations.
New York City’s compact museum, tucked inside a defunct elevator shaft, succeeds in capturing the minutiae of everyday life as well as it does the complexities of the human spirit.
For Malaspina Printmakers, it is not a question of innovation versus tradition; rather, this vibrant artist-run centre, which melds gallery and studio space in a unique, multidisciplinary workshop, upholds both.
Stefan Sagmeister's lessons in joy.
“How happy are you?” A row of giant gumball machines accompanies the probing question at the entrance of Stefan Sagmeister’s “The Happy Show”, on at the Museum of Vancouver now through September 7.