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Sports Photography Issue Date: 10-22-2017

Cool Spots image Have you ever tried to take photographs at sporting events? Capturing movement is a process that took many decades to develop. Google Arts & Culture presents The Art of Sports Photography, tinyurl.com/y93pswqk, a series of sports photos with audio explaining the processes used to create them. The birth of sports photography is depicted with an 1843 photo of a tennis player posing in a studio. Examine the photograph and listen to the whole story. Dorando Pietri was the athlete in the “first great sports photograph!” Compare this image to modern-day photographs and see what improvements you can find.

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Classical Rock Star Issue Date: 10-15-2017

Cool Spots image Ludwig van Beethoven was one of the greatest composers of all time. His compositions are still played by orchestras all over the world 200 years after he wrote them. ArtsEdge introduces the man behind the music in Beethoven Rocks, artsedge.kennedy-center.org/multimedia/Interact ives/beethoven-rocks/meet-mr-big. While it was obvious at a young age that he was very talented, Beethoven faced an enormous challenge at the age of 27. Find out what it was in Big Obstacles. Do you ever have ideas about how to make something better? So did Beethoven! Read about a few of his innovative ideas in Big Changes.

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Symphony No. 9 Issue Date: 08-13-2017

Cool Spots image Have you ever wondered what inspires a composer to create a musical masterpiece? Carnegie Hall honors Czech composer Antonin Dvorak’s work in the exhibit Symphony No. 9, “From the New World,” at tinyurl.com/6p5pct2. Listen to the music and read the composer’s thoughts about the themes behind each piece. Find out which instruments he used to depict darker themes and which create a lighthearted sound. As you explore this listening adventure, games and challenges are available in Activities. Get ready to listen and drag the notes to the correct place on the staff in Write It Down, then take the Dvorak Challenge.

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Restoring Art Issue Date: 08-13-2017

Cool Spots image The Colonial Williamsburg Museum Project presents Conserving the Murray Sisters, history.org/history/museums/murraySisters, an art restoration project. The portrait was painted in 1794, and the effort to restore it was painstaking. As you explore the exhibit, learn about the different types of light used to identify damage to the canvas. Examine the portrait Before Treatment to get an idea of the task experts had before them. Did you know that restoring an old portrait can take hundreds of hours? Inspect the painting when it is Partially Cleaned to see the difference. Next, Compare the original portrait to the project at various stages.

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William Shakespeare Issue Date: 07-30-2017

Cool Spots image Shakespeare for Kids, folger.edu/shakespeare-kids, is an introduction to the English playwright’s works through facts, games, quotes and resources. In 10 Ways to Be a Shakespeare Expert, learn little-known information about him, from his childhood through his career in the London theater. For instance, did you know that William Shakespeare has no direct descendants? His last grandchild died in 1670. In Cool Printing Facts, find out more about the printing process used 400 years ago. See digital examples of his originally printed works. If you already have some knowledge of his characters, take the Shakespeare Challenges or play Who Am I?

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