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Make The Most Of Your Children’s Trip To The Museum

By on January 12, 2013

(Photo: At the Louvre Museum, Paris) Contrary to common belief that museums are boring and only for intellectuals, museum visits can actually be fun and exciting for the entire family. Aside from museums showcasing art and history, there are interactive science museums, botanic gardens, zoos and aquariums, and other specialty museums that offer varied subjects […]

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At the Albertina

By on November 27, 2011

I went with little boy’s kindergarten class to the Albertina, a museum at Vienna’s first district which holds one of the largest print rooms and contains a vast number of art. One of the more famous is Albrecht Dürer’s young hare. In line with the kindergarten’s watercolor activities, we went to view the impressionists’ works […]

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By on July 2, 2011

(My daughter inside the Hundertwasserhaus) I’ve probably written about the Hundertwasserhaus and Hundertwasser in my other blogs but here, rightfully an art blog – hmmm, not yet. Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser is a Jewish-Austrian architect and contemporary painter. He took courses at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Hundertwasser is known for his boldly […]

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