Google Art Project Launches Art Talks via Hangout

Design News 03.11.13

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Google Art Project, launched in 2011, brought the contents of some of the world's best museums and galleries to a searchable, clickable database. Now, Art Talks will connect you to museum curators, art historians, and educators via Google Hangout. The next Art Talk will be March 20 with the National Gallery in London.

In other news, check out photos of the world's most beautiful abandoned places, and before widespread electricity, cities were lit by moon towers. See the headlines after the jump.

• Google Drops Some Serious Aesthetic Knowledge on the Masses with Art Talks | Co.Create
• Beauty Among The Ruins: See Some of the World's Most Beautiful Abandoned Places | Co.Create
• Before Cities Had Street Lights, They Had Giant Towers That Mimicked the Moon | Atlantic Cities

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