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Over the next two years, Seeing America will grow to include 100 videos, 18 essays, quizzes, discussion questions and lesson plans.
A viewing station for sunrise and sunset, Turrell’s work manipulates light, time, and perception.
Drought and rain govern when this work of art in Utah’s Great Salt Lake can be seen.
The Yup’ik peoples, in one of the world’s coldest climates, made these ceremonial masks during the long winters.
In order to capture the beauty of America’s national parks, Brown faced the prejudices of the lawless West.
To bring “polite sociability” to the city, designers blended nature’s greatest hits into one ambitious park.
Many interpretations have been proposed for this mound in modern-day Ohio—examine the clues and see what you think.