The public only gets to see a carefully curated version of the collections at natural history museums.
Hidden from view, there’s a second museum, sprawling in scope, full of character and occasionally gross.
No place is more hidden than the Whale Warehouse. Go inside in the first installment of AudioVision.
"This blue whale skull has been here since it got hit by a ship in 1985, and it’s still leaking.”
Get a peek at the work that goes into creating an exhibition. See photos from the making of The Power of Poison, a new exhibition opening on November 16 that explores poison’s paradoxical roles in nature, human health and history, literature, and myth.
Wait wait wait this is awesome can I do this for a living?
ALL of the stuns’ls. Oh man.
I’m pit orchestra-ing / orchestra managing for Pirates of Penzance and it is super exciting and opening tonight
I’m producing this show. We opened. I am so tired now. But opening night was wonderful.
Check out this epic video flyover of Mars, which was pieced together using photographs taken by the DLR German Aerospace Center’s High Resolution Stereo Camera. The video really shows the scope of Mars’ vast mountains and valleys (though any native Martians unfortunately seem a bit camera shy).
Read more about the video over at IFL Science.