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Jr. Docent Podcast #8: Expressions of a National Identity

Apr

25

Porcelain made by the Imperial Porcelain Factory first reflected the European culture that…

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Jr. Docent Podcast #7: Russian Porcelain Factories

Apr

25

Although the Russians first bought European porcelain, a thriving Russian porcelain…

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Jr. Docent Podcast #6: Porcelain as Foreign Policy

Apr

22

Beginning with Peter the Great, the Romanovs made great strides in modernizing Russia based on…

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Jr. Docent Podcast #5: Porcelain and the Russian Orthodox Church

Apr

22

The exchange of Easter eggs became an important ritual in the Russian…

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Jr. Docent Podcast #4: Artist Eugene Savage and the Seminoles

Apr

22

As Florida became a tourist destination, artists discovered it as well, recording Florida’s…

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Jr. Docent Podcast #3: Florida Outsider Art

Apr

22

Self-taught artists are also part of Florida’s artistic heritage. One of the most well-known was Jesse Aaron of Lake City

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