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- Impossible Object
- Online literary magazine from Brown University.
- Theory as product from San Jose State University.
- The Fold
- Wexner Center in Columbus and the Ohio State University Art Critical Practices Program.
- Museums and the Online Archive of California Project (MOAC)
- Prototype "virtual museum archive" that integrates standardized "finding aids" for museum and library special collections into a single source.
- Stanford Presidential Lecture Series
- Individual Web sites developed for participants in this series prior to their campus visits. Lecturers include Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Peter Eisenman, Hélène Cixous, and Harold Bloom.
- Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Every year, millions of Americans face disaster, and its terrifying consequences.
- Net art projects and information from Switzerland, with an amorous eye on literature and music as well.
- Tesla Electric
- Preproduction site for a VR production scheduled for 1998 at the University of Kansas.
- SeaWIFS Project
- NASA's global ocean color monitoring mission providing quantitative data on global ocean bio-optical properties to the Earth science community.
- A collaborative biography project for artists in their 50's and up. (8.22.97)
- Soros Foundations Network
- Network for the numerous nonprofit foundations and organizations created and funded by the philanthropist George Soros.(8.17.97)
- Digital Burgess
- Conference on the origins and future of life on earth. Banff Centre for the Arts, August 29 - September 1, 1997. (8.3.97)
- Bad Subjects
- Political education for everyday life from the Bad Subjects Collective. (8.3.97)
- Classroom, Inc.
- Informational Web site for an organization that uses workplace simulations to help students in their transition from school to the external world.
- Rem Koolhaas
- Information and resources about the influential architect. English and Dutch.
- Vincent van Gogh Information Gallery
- Over 850 Web pages on the life and work of van Gogh.
- Museo Virtual de Artes el Pais is a virtual museum devoted to Uruguayan and Latin American art.
- Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
- One of the first institutions to introduce computers into an arts curriculum they are responding to an increasing need for visual interpretation, expression and commentary as the technology age pervades every aspect of our lives.
- A forum for the critical investigation of technology, media and society.
- International Dada Archive
- Information on resources and services from the University of Iowa Libraries.
- Institut de Développement Artistique
- Le Magazine Électroniqe et Bimestriel de l'IDA, Université de Provence.
- Magazine of arts and cyber-society from CICV Pierre Schaeffer. In French and English.
- Soros Center for Contemporary Arts Budapest
- Provides the opportunity for Internet access free of charge to Hungarian artists, artist groups and art organizers.
- National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
- A complex search function provides detailed information about the Gallery's collection of more than 100,000 paintings, sculpture, and works on paper.
- Military Museums in the UK
- A list of 275 military museums in the UK.
- Art Museum Network
- Web site of the Association of Art Museum Directors. Lists current museum exhibits on the Web.
- Art Center La Estancia
- The non-profit Center in Caracas, Venezuela carries out industrial design, graphic design and photography exhibitions, conferences, seminars and publications. In Spanish and English.
- Cankpe Opi
- Wounded Knee Home Page approved by the elders on the Pine Ridge and Chyenne River reservations.
- The Eighth International Symposium on Electronic Art, September 22 through 27, Chicago.
- Documenta X
- Intended to be a critical review of the past fifty years and an interdisciplinary look into a future where traditional categories will no longer apply. 21 June - 29 September 1997, Kassel, Germany.
- An experimental city developed by Paolo Soleri in the high desert of Arizona demonstrating ways to improve urban conditions and lessen our destructive impact on the earth.
- ZKM Karlsruhe
- Promotes art in connection with electronic media.
- The Thinker
- The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are committed to putting 100% of their collections online.
- New National Science Foundation Integrated Media Systems Center at the University of Southern California.
- Museums for the New Millennium
- Conference sponsored by The Center for Museum Studies at the Smithsonian Institution September 5-7, 1996. Proceedings are posted on the Web site.
- WWWART MEDAL
- Moscow WWWART Centre award for found art on the Internet.
- A CALL FOR AN INGATHERING OF BOSNIAN MANUSCRIPTS
- On 17 May 1992 the Oriental Institute (Orijentalni institut) in Sarajevo, home to one of Europe's most important collection of Islamic and Jewish manuscripts, was attacked by Serb nationalist forces with incendiary grenades. Virtually all of its contents were consumed by the flames.
- Kunst -und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
- Exhibitions, congresses, theater and musical events, film presentations and lectures take place here. In German and English.
- African resources relevant to museums
- Internet resources of interest to museums in Africa or with African collections.
- Veniva Exhibition
- Illustrates several aspects of Venetian power in the Levant. Italian and English.
- Web site of The Museum of Modern Art, New York.
- Synagogue Space
- Art and performance space situated in a former synagogue on New York's Lower East Side.
- Online Creative Electronic Art Network (OCEAN)
- Based at Newport School of Art and Design, Wales, UK.
- Performance Index
- A documentation-in-progress with over 100 articles, statements and thoughts on Performance Art.
- Arts and History, Virtual Forum of Mexican Culture
- Art, Anthropolgy, Dance, Literature and more. In English and Spanish versions.
- Ars Electronica Center
- The Ars Electronica Center is a museum of the future, a "knowledge machine" whose mission is to help visitors attain that degree of " fitness" in relation to new digital media which is essential in today's information-based society.
- Leading lab for virtual reality, computer animation and telecooperative work. Home of virtual Marilyn.
- Lower East Side Tenement Museum
- First museum in the U.S. to preserve a tenement building at 97 Orchard Street, New York City.
- Perseus Project
- An evolving digital library on Ancient Greece from Tufts University.
- Van Eyck Project
- Visual Arts Network for the Exchange of Cultural Knowledge. Including Birkbeck College, Courtault Institute, London, and Trinity College, Dublin.
- Antoni Abad
- "Sisyphus". Joint presentation by the Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona with Pompeu Fabra University (MACBA on line) and The Museum of New Zealand/Te Papa Tongarewa.
- Benetton conceived Fabrica as a research center for communications, a school unlike any other,a place for sensing and reassessing the future, whose perspective and scope are completely international.
- Stroom Center for the Visual Arts
- From the Netherlands. Stroom commissioned artist/curator Jouke Kleerebezem to conceive a project that could serve as the starting point for a discussion on the WWW as public space and its possible importance as an artistic medium.
- Current exhibits of the work of Pablo Picasso.
- National Endowment for the Arts (USA)
- Includes a hyperlinked periodical, Guide to the NEA and an Arts Resource Center.
- Central Park
- Your guide to the world's most famous park. This site features the first online tour of Central Park with over 50 stops and photographs.
- Uffizi Gallery
- Founded in Forence in 1581 by the de Medici family. Free registration allows access to dozens of color images of Titian, Leonardo, Botticelli and many others.
- Laguna Art Museum Controversy Page
- A forum for discussion of the Laguna Art Museum merger and relocation controversy.
- Master Works of Western Civilization
- Great links to texts online.
- Moscow Art Centre
- Overcoming of a communication barrier between Russian and other cultures.
- Exit Art/The First World
- A non-profit cultural center dedicated to transcultural, multi-disciplinary explorations of contemporary art issues.
- Archives of African American Music and Culture
- Searchable collection of recordings, videos and photographs from Indiana University.
- Devoted to collecting, storing and distributing digital images of Medieval manuscripts.
- National Museum of American Art
- The largest resource in the world for the study of American art.
- The Museum Professional
- A navigation tool for museum professionals and anyone interested in museums.
- Atelier Nord
- A workshop for electronic art and printmaking sited in Oslo, Norway.
- Djerassi Residents Artists Program
- Each year, artist applicants, selected by juries of artist peers and arts professionals, are awarded one-month residencies between April and October.
- Experimental Film from Chapel Hill.
- New York Times
- Contains most of the news and feature articles from the current day's printed newspaper, classified advertising plus interactive features including forums and the crossword puzzle.
- Interactive Conference Archive
- Arts Wire's artist-in-residence program.
- Mail Art Gallery and Museum (MAGAM)
- Founded in the spirit of the Mail Art and it intends to spread the message of extreme freedom and communication. English and Italian.
- Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology
- Britain's oldest public museum.
- A series of electronic position papers examining the role of the arts and culture in defining the public sphere of the information age.A collaborative project of the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities and the Getty Art History Information Program.
- American Academy in Rome
- Home Page for the New York Office. Each spring, through a national competition, the Academy offers Rome Prize fellowships to as many as twenty- nine promising Americans.
- Allucquére Rosanne Stone's Home Page
- Cultural theorist, performance artist, director of the ACTLab, UT at Austin.
- De Museumserver
- Dutch Museums on the Web. In English and Dutch.
- The Center for Contemporary Art - Warsaw, Poland
- Since 1990 it has operated under a regular interdisciplinary program with a permanent collection, documentary archives, and the facilities for temporary exhibitions, concerts, lectures, and theater and video presentations.
- The Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival
- Brings great productions of Shakespeare, new plays, and musicals to all the people of New York.
- Vienna Künstlerhous
- Europe's last and only privately owned Artist-Society Exhibition Hall.
- Icelandic Film Foundation
- After just over fifteen years of continuous film-production and about forty full-length feature films, the ambitions of Icelandic film-makers have been matched by their abilities.
- D I A L E C T
- Our goal is to create works of art based on compelling ideas and content, rather than merely an infatuation with the technology.
- Cunningham Dance Foundation
- Web site of dance pioneer Merce Cunningham.
- Lost Museum of Sciences
- This museum possesses a labyrinth of exhibit halls which feature many of the world's science museums. This maze of museums has no hierarchical organization, and no convenient links for navigational aid. If you get lost and learn something unexpected, then The Lost Museum of Sciences has served its purpose.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- One of the largest and finest art museums in the world with more than two millions works of art in its collections.
- Global Information Infrastructure Commission
- The Global Information Infrastructure Commission (GIIC) was established to promote private- and public-sector leadership and transnational cooperation in information infrastructure development.
- A Museum of Mechanical Fiction and Fantasmic Inventions
- This Museum includes a collection of machines from the serious to the absurd.....from the functional to the non-functional.
- Center for Utopian/Dystopian Studies
- This is a collection of literature, artwork, and other resources which involve utopian, eutopian, and/or dystopian themes.
- New York Public Library
- LEO (Library Entrance On-line) system of the New York Public Library. Telnet to catalogs, on-line exhibitions and other resources.
- Free International University
- "Durch Menschen bewegen sich Ideen fort, während sie in Kunstwerken erstarren und schließlich zurückbleiben." -- Joseph Beuys
- Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum
- The KEO Museum commissions artists' projects that engage the nature and history of the museum and its role in society. In German.
- Introduction to Imaging: Issues in Constructing an Image Database
- Guide to the process of imaging with the end-goal of using the images in any type of image database for online display and delivery over networks. It covers image standards, quality control, techniques and more.
- CICV - Centre de Recherche Pierre Schaeffer
- The CICV - Centre de Recherche Pierre Schaeffer hosts artists and researchers from the entire world for research and production residencies in all fields of electronic creation (video, cinema, theater, multimedia, music).
- Center for Book Arts
- The Center for Book Arts in New York City is dedicated to the preservation of the traditional crafts of bookmaking, as well as contemporary interpretations of the book as an art object.
- Artists Space
- Artists Space was founded in New York City in 1973 as a not-for-profit institution supporting contemporary art and artists in fine art, video, performance, architecture and design.
- Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino
- Desde su estratégica ubicación, en el centro de la urbe de Santiago, el Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino pretende ser una ventana hacia el mundo precolombino e indígena americano, poniendo especial énfasis en la infinidad de manifestaciones artísticas y plásticas que en él se pueden encontrar.
- UCLA Image Processing Laboratory
- Research in the Image Processing Laboratory is concerned primarily with image coding and transmission for communications and archiving systems. While the emphasis is on applied research, we are also studying a number of issues of theoretical importance.
- Research Agenda for Cultural Heritage on Information Networks
- From the Getty Art History Information Program, your participation is needed to help build consensus on a research agenda that enchances access to cultural heritage information in electronic form.
- French National Center for Art and Culture Georges Pompidou
- Home page for the Pompidou Centre in Paris.
- TOLERANCE is the latest travelling exhibition from the National Museum of Australia and is a major contribution to Australia's participation in the International Year for Tolerance.
- Film Forum
- Film Forum is a nonprofit 3-screen cinema, open 365 days of the year, located in the SoHo district of lower Manhattan. Schedules and other information available on this site.
- Eli Broad Family Foundation
- An educational and lending resource for contemporary art that is dedicated to building a collection that reflects the scope and diversity of the art of our time.
- The Kitchen
- The Kitchen center for video, music, dance, performance, literature and film in New York City.
- Virtual Reality from Carnegie Mellon University
- Electronic Museum of Mail Art (EMMA)
- EMMA is mail art's first electronic mailbox museum where the address is the art, the web is your key, and admission is free.
- Museum Computer Network
- The Museum Computer Network is a nonprofit organization of professionals dedicated to fostering the cultural aims of museums through the use of computer technologies.
- Global SchoolNet's Internet Projects Registry
- As more and more schools are connecting to the Internet, teachers find themselves searching for appropriate on-line projects to integrate into the required coursework. Therefore, Global SchoolNet has taken the initiative to make planning for projects a bit easier, by registering projects on a monthly calendar.
- Louvre W3
- The real one. In French.
- The Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology at the University of Memphis
- Over 150 objects range in date from 3500 B.C.E. to 700 C.E. There are mummies, religious and funerary items, jewelry, and objects from everyday life.
- The Menil Collection
- The Menil Collection museum was inaugurated in 1987 to house, conserve, and exhibit the permanent collection of John and Dominique de Menil. Its concentrations include art from antiquity, the Byzantine world, tribal cultures, and the twentieth century. The collection continues to grow by means of gifts and acquisitions. Special exhibitions are presented throughout the year.
- The alternative culture WWW page of Universidade Federal de Santa Maria in Brasil. In English and Portuguese.
- Race, Ethnicity and Power in Maritime America
- Conference to be held at Mystic Seaport, Mystic, Connecticut Thursday, September 14- Sunday, September 17, 1995
This conference will reconsider maritime studies in the light of the history of race, ethnicity and power. Its participants will focus on the 18th - 20th centuries in the American and Caribbean contexts. The event is open to scholars, teachers, students, museum professionals, and the general public.
- The Tech Museum of Innovation
- The Tech features interactive exhibits and a plethora of educational programs. Join us in our mission to engage people to explore the technologies of the future.
- Mouseion Project
- The Mouseion Project was launched in December 1994, as a joint research project to be run by the Institute of Multimedia Information Technologies* of the Italian National Research Council of Milan and the Refresher Course on Information Systems for the National Cultural Heritage of the Faculty of Architecture of the Politecnico di Milano, the object being to research and set up an Internet node devoted to museums, museum technology, and associated subjects. The project was inspired by analysis of the existence of museums in Internet and by consideration of the means of gaining access to network users.
- History Computerization Project
- The History Computerization Project of the Regional History Center of the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles City Historical Society, in cooperation with the Conference of California Historical Societies, is building a history information network for the exchange of information between historians, libraries, archives, museums, preservation groups, and historical societies. The project has created a database representing thousands of historical organizations, repositories, and universities.
- Smithsonian Institution
- General access point for the Smithsonian's museums, galleries and the National Zoo on the Web.
- International Museum of the Horse
- The International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park, is constructing the definitive internet site for equestrian history and practical horse information. The on-line version of the museum will be one of the largest internet museum projects ever undertaken. The 52,000 square foot International Museum of the Horse is the world's largest equestrian museum.
- Mattress Factory
- The Mattress Factory is a research and development lab for artists. As a museum of contemporary art, it commissions new site-specific works, presents them to the widest possible audience and maintains selected individual installations in a growing -- and distinctive -- permanent collection. The Mattress Factory's physical and organizational environments have grown out of and in response to a central focus on creativity.
- Electronic Prehistoric Shark Museum
- Due to the fact that sharks have no bones, but only cartilage which tends to disintegrate before fossilizing, the only records left behind are their lovely teeth. Many of the fossilized shark teeth in this collection are from the Miocene period which dates back some 5 to 25 million years. While their fossilized relatives have been laid to rest for a very long time, sharks have retained their reputation as one of the most effective predators of all time and continue to elicit primordial terror in many living creatures--including some on the Net.
- Field Museum of Natural History
- Dinosaus! plus their Javanese Mask Collection and Bats - Master of the Night.
- Heiberg Collection
- De Heibergske Samlinger - Sogn Folkemuseum (The Heiberg Collection - Sogn Folkemuseum) is a regional museum situated in the heart of the "Fjord-Country, between Sogndal and Kaupanger. The museum was founded in 1909, becoming the third Open Air Museum in Norway at that time.
- Virtual Museum of Computing
- This virtual museum includes an eclectic collection of World Wide Web hyperlinks connected with the history of computing and on-line computer-based exhibits available both locally and around the world.
- Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien
- The Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien comprises two exhibition buildings: the 20er Haus (also known as Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts), which has been open to the public since 1962 and the Palais Liechtenstein, a building rented in 1979 to add exhibition space. WARNING: Heavy Graphics on home page.
- Museum of Mineralogy--Ecole des Mines de Paris
- The collections of mineralogy of the Paris's School of Mines (Ecole des Mines de Paris) one of the greatest museum of mineralogy in the world.
- Museum of New Zealand -- Te Papa Tongarewa
- The new museum, which is being built on the Wellington waterfront, will provide space and facilities to care for and develop the national collections into the future. It will reflect our bicultural heritage and identity in a building which will take the visitor on a series of exciting journeys from living outdoor displays of our environment to multiple levels of exhibition space focusing on Aotearoa New Zealand and its place in the World. It will have education and entertainment spaces which can be used day and night and will be designed to make the collections more accessible to the public.
- Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
- Founded in 1860 by a group of Montrealers eager to share their love of art with their fellow citizens, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has evolved over the years into the major institution we know today, and its universalist and encyclopedic mission has been confirmed many times over.
- Palmer Museum of Art
- A museum web site created by M. Travis DiNicola at Pennsylvania State University.
- The Whitney Museum of American Art
- American Art.
- The Museum of the City of New York
- The Museum of the City of New York is a non-profit, private educational organization established in 1923 to collect, preserve and present original cultural materials related to the history of New York City. Situated on Manhattan's Museum Mile, at Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street, the Museum continues to fulfill its original mission with a wide range of exhibits, educational programs and six curatorial departments.
- t0 Institute for New Culture Technology
- The t0 Netbase team gives accounts and assists in navigation and research. t0 World Wide Web Servers are dedicated to the interrelations of culture and technology, science and politics, art and society. First public Internet-WWW access in Vienna.
- New York Botanical Garden
- The garden was founded in 1891 by botanist Nathaniel Lord Britton. Today, this National Historic Landmark is recognized for its horticultural excellence, educational programs, and scientific research.
- Dia Center for the Arts
- Dia Center for the Arts is a multi-disciplinary contemporary arts organization. The name Dia, taken from the Greek word meaning "through," was chosen to suggest our role as the conduit or means for realizing extraordinary projects.
- Berea College Museum
- The Berea College Museum is a part of Berea College, a private Liberal Arts institution located in eastern Kentucky, USA. The museum serves the Berea College Community, the people of eastern Kentucky, and tourist visitors to the region.
- California Museum of Photography
- The Museum is a program in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of California, Riverside.
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art
- More than 250,000 objects constitute the museum's holdings. The permanent collections offer Greek and Roman art; European paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts from the Middle Ages through the twentieth century; American paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts from colonial times to the present; modern and contemporary art; pre-Columbian art; Egyptian, Islamic, and ancient West Asian Art; Far Eastern art; and Indian and Southeast Asian art. Rotating selections from the museum's collections of prints and drawings, photographs, and costumes and textiles are also on view.
- MIT Museum
- Founded in 1971, the MIT Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits materials which serve as a resource for the study and interpretation of the intellectual, educational, and social history of MIT and MIT's role in the history of modern science and technology. The Museum's exhibitions and programs showcase works and ideas that explore the impact of science and technology on society and the interaction between science and art.
- Formerly WebLouvre. Largest Web museum.
- Banff Centre for the Arts
- New Media Research, Media and Visual Arts from the shores of Lake Louise.
- Chicago Academy of Sciences
- Founded in 1857, the Chicago Academy of Sciences is dedicated to increasing the understanding and appreciation of science through programs that focus on the natural environment. Based on the belief that science literacy is necessary for all citizens to fully participate in society, the Academy creates opportunities for families, schoolchildren, and teachers to enter, explore, and enjoy the world of science.
- High Museum of Art--Atlanta
- Acclaimed by The New York Times as "Among the best museum structures any city has built in at least a generation," the $20-million Museum facility has attracted international acclaim and prestigious awards, including the Anmerican Institute of Architects' 1984 Honor Award, the New York Chapter AIA Award and the Atlanta Urban Design Commision Award. In 1991 the American Institute of Architects listed the building among the 10 best works of American architecture of the 1980s.
- Getty Art History Information Program
- The Getty Art History Information Program (AHIP) works to enrich the content of the computer networks of the future by encouraging those concerned with preserving the cultural heritage to collaborate in building a cultural information infrastructure. They also have more money than Bill Gates.
- Minneapolis Institute of Art
- The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is the most comprehensive fine arts museum in the upper midwest. The permanent collection includes outstanding works in seven curatorial areas with 85,000 objects spanning 4,000 years.
- UC Berkeley University Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive
- The University Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (UAM/PFA) is the principal visual arts center of the University of California at Berkeley. Founded in the early 1960s, its distinctive building completed in 1970, the UAM/PFA is today one of the largest university art museums in the United States. The museum serves approximately 200,000 visitors every year.
- National Agricultural Library
- Two collections: 1,000 hand-colored botanical prints from Curtis' Botanical Magazine (1787-1904) and 1,000 slide images (MSU-supplied) of plant pests and diseases.
- Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
- Excellent site developed by Jim Angus and USC.
- ARTFL Project
- Project for American and French Research on the Treasury of the French Language, University of Chicago.
- Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation Home Page
- The CMCC comprises the Canadian Museum of Civilization (CMC) and its affiliate, the Canadian War Museum (CWM). The Corporation has two public facilities: the CMC located at 100 Laurier Street, Hull, Quebec and the CWM at 330 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario.
- Andy Warhol Museum
- Check out the new Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and download your own Warhol portrait for a screen saver. Andy would have loved it.
- Michael C. Carlos Museum
- New museum in Atlanta, Georgia built by Michael Graves with a with a good online collection to browse.
- Art from Australia and more from Jennifer Durran at Monash University in Melbourne. Great hotlist to other sites as well.
- The Freedom Forum is now building a museum dedicated to news that will be totally wired when it opens. Get a preview here and find out more about your freedom of the press.
- Musee des Arts & Metiers
- African Studies WWW Site
- The University of Pennsylvania archive of African resources on the Internet.
- The Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
- Oriental Institute
- Near Eastern collection from the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute.
- MIT Media Lab
- Look into the future.
- Museum Informatics Project
- The Museum Informatics Project (MIP), a department of Information Systems and Technology, is a collaborative effort at the University of California, Berkeley, to coordinate the application of information technology in museums and other organized, non-book collections. The University of California, Berkeley, holds a wide array of collections--over eighty--spanning many disciplines and media.
- New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
- This is a sample page for New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. The Museum is a division of the Office of Cultural Affairs, State of New Mexico.
- The Museum of Paleontology at U.C. Berkeley
- Dinasaurs and more.
- Library of Congress
- Look for the American Memory project.
- National Public Radio
- Program listings, reports and other material pertaining to cultural issues. Check it out before Congress kills it.
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