Louis Paul Jonas with the Enormous Egg, 1967, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Acc. 97-003, Image no. SIA2007-0065.

Link Love: 06/26/2020

Link Love: a weekly post with links to interesting videos and stories about archival issues, technology and culture, and Washington D.C. and American history.

Starting at 2 pm today, the Hirshhorn and Smithsonian American Art Museum will cohost a 48-hour digital screening of “Love is the Message, The Message is Death.” [via Hirshhorn]

Filming in the Sculpture Garden

The African American Museum in Philadelphia has launched a new digital exhibit on Black youth activism! [via African American Museum in Philadelphia]

Check out a recap of Museums & Race’s recent Twitter conversation about complicity in the museum field... [via Museums & Race]

...and don't miss cultural historian Kelli Morgan’s essay on systemic white supremacy in art museums. [via Burnaway]

The first episode of Transcripts, the Tretter Collection’s Transgender Oral History Project podcast, is now online!  [via Rachel Mattson]

Piano nerds, rejoice! A new database of early piano recordings has just launched. [via Rhinegold Publishing]

Louis Paul Jonas with the Enormous Egg

Is there egg on my face, or face on my egg? [via IU Libraries Moving Image Archive]

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