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Margo is a Fine Art International award-winning photographer. She is also a self-taught artist who has worked in printmaking, fabric design, and metal-smithing. Her approach to photography is that of a quiet observer who discovers interesting things in ordinary places; shedding light onto subjects that many times go unnoticed. Cook is known for her B&W architecture images. She often takes the language of shapes, forms...
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During the year of 2020 the staff at the Museum of Arts & Sciences stepped out of their comfort zones and became our on camera talent. Take a peek behind the scenes at what sparked our ideas, obstacles during video creation, the process of filming, and more! 
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Jill Cannady has had a long and successful career in Florida, beginning with thirty years in Miami followed by decades in Central Florida. One of our state's most preeminent artists, her work is truly "exceptional" in subject matter, exquisite technique, and her unique ability to intrigue viewers and pique their interest. Her works are often funny or ironic and always full of...
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Today, March 12 2021, is National Plant-a-Flower Day! To get your Florida Friendly garden ready for spring, find a few blooms you like, that are native to Florida, and start planting!
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Happy World Wetland Day! World Wetland Day is celebrated on February 2 every year. It marks the date in which the Convention on Wetlands was adopted in 1971. The day is meant to bring global awareness to the connection of people and our planet.
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A Q&A between Ruth Grim, Chief Curator and Gary R. Libby Curator of Art at the Museum of Arts & Sciences and artist, John Wilton who is featured in the exhibition, John Wilton: A Graphic Approach, Four Decades Under the Florida Sun on display November 27, 2020 through February 7, 2021.
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Pssst. Hey, you. Yeah, you. Wanna hear about a secret spy satellite mission? A classified payload that launches aboard one of the loudest and brightest man-made objects on Earth? Okay, so maybe it’s only partly secretive.
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This past Sunday at 11:17am EST, from NASA's Kennedy Space Center, yet another rocket lifted off into space for the CRS-21 mission. What now seems like a routine occurrence down at the Cape, this particular launch was an important milestone as it was the 100th successful flight for the commercial company, SpaceX.