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Israeli scientists brew beer in clay vessels with revived ancient yeasts
JERUSALEM (AP) – Israeli researchers raised a glass Wednesday to celebrate a long-brewing project of making beer and mead using yeasts extracted from ancient clay vessels — some over 5,000 years old.
Rodin exhibition on view through Sept. 18 at Clark Art Institute
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — While there has been much consideration of Auguste Rodin’s reputation in France and throughout Europe, less attention has been paid to his legacy in the United States. Organized by the Clark Art Institute, Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern presents one of the largest Rodin exhibitions in the United States […]
Brian Manifor appointed Firearms Acquisitions & Promotions Specialist at Morphy Auctions
DENVER, Pa. – Dan Morphy, founder and president of Morphy Auctions, takes great pleasure in announcing the appointment of Brian Manifor to the position of Firearms Acquisitions & Promotions Specialist. For the past four years, Manifor has served as a consultant to Morphy’s, utilizing his exceptional knowledge of Gold Rush, Western and Indian relics and […]
Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center presents The Faces of Ruth Asawa
STANFORD, Calif. – The Cantor Arts Center, located on the Stanford University campus, recently opened a long-term exhibition of a lesser-known aspect of Ruth Asawa’s (American, 1926-2013) art. Dubbed The Faces of Ruth Asawa, the show focuses on clay face masks she made of family and friends and displayed outside her home.