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A Place of Learning and Warning - The Topography of Terror

by Irene Aurora Paci

The Topographie des Terrors has been inaugurated in 1987 as a temporary exhibition, and found only at the reopening in May 2010 its actual form. 936 more words


Jak Katarikawe@ the Nairobi Gallery

Since 1966, Uganda’s Jak  Katarikawe has been sharing his art with the world.

Having exhibited in over 80 museums worldwide, his works are unmistakable.

He is known for his sensual pieces that   ornately tell stories from the continent  through an articulate use of color. 19 more words

Art Attacks

The Last Passengers

A hundred years ago today Martha died. She was a passenger pigeon and the last of her kind, the final living specimen of a race of birds once so numerous that their flocks would black out the sky for hours on end. 325 more words


The Blue Buccaneer: An Age-old Mystery Unfolds...

‘This is a charming story which gives the reader an insight into Indian culture with its unique perspective on the solving of a crime’  — Yvonne Crowe, author of  171 more words

One Hundred Years Ago

Today we introduce a guest writer on the blog. Lyn Dyson has written many local books and is producing articles for five local parishes about World War One. 410 more words


Beer Blog Special: Qingdao Beer Museum

Fundamentals.  The museum is on Dengzhou lu, or Beer Street.  It costs 60RMB to get in, but that includes a small beer and nuts.  As the museum makes clear, in case you didn’t know, Qingdao can be found on Earth. 449 more words