Monastery of Kingthar Dhamma-Rathedaung
In 2007, after three years of renovation, the gallery dedicated to the display of Native American art (Gallery 356) reopened. It features ninety objects that illustrate the distinct cultural, stylistic, and functional aspects of the art created by North American peoples of various regions and time periods. The objects range from the beautifully shaped and finished stone tools known as bannerstones that date back several millennia to a mid-1970s tobacco bag made by the well-known Assiniboine/Sioux beadwork artist Joyce Growing Thunder.
Last Updated (Monday, 24 October 2011 20:13)
Since its discovery in 1878 by a tinsmith and a local photographer,visitors by the millions have made luray Caverns the most popular caverns in Eastern America and an internationally acclamied destination. 4,000.000 centuries in the making beneath Virginia's Shenandoah Valley,this "must see" U,S. Natural Landmark awaits your discovery. One-hour tours along well-lighted,
Last Updated (Saturday, 22 October 2011 08:11)
Loss and Regeneration Joel Shapiro's Loss and Regeneration poignantly addresses the disintegration of families and the tragedy of lives interrupted by the Holocaust. Shapiro's work, situated on the plaza along Raoul Wallenberg Place, consists of two bronze elements that engage in symbolic dialogue. The larger piece is a towering, abstract, tree-like form that suggests a figure. Approximately 100 feet away, a smaller, house-like structure is precariously tipped upside down on its roof.
The work memorializes the children who perished during the Holocaust, and is accompanied by an excerpt of a poem written
by a child in the Terezin ghetto in Czechoslovakia:
- အလိုေတာ္ၿပည့္ တကၠသိုလ္
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