December 29, 2022

80 Documentaries From Kino Lorber Are Free to Watch on YouTube

While reading biographies is a great way to learn about famous figures from history, seeing their lives played out in films can offer a fresh perspective. Now, anyone interested in discovering more about their favorite artists, musicians, and cultural icons, can check out a playlist of documentaries from film distributor Kino Lorber. All 80 films—ranging from an hour to two hours long—are free to watch on YouTube.

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December 20, 2022

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It’s now easier than ever to get My Modern Met stories delivered to your inbox. Just subscribe to our newsletters for creative inspiration week after week. Whether you're interested in art, design, photography, or even drawing, there is a newsletter for everyone. In addition to our articles, it's a great way to stay up to date with what's happening at My Modern Met Store and My Modern Met Academy.

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October 29, 2022

You Can Download Over 10,000 Vintage Recipes and Cookbooks for Free

Why not indulge your inner chef and check out some dishes from the past? It's easier now than ever thanks to the Internet Archive, which has been digitizing vintage recipes from American history. From the late 1700s to the early 1900s, the ongoing collection now includes over 10,000 cookbooks. Best of all, they are free to view and download. Perusing the vast library shines a light on the innumerable types of guides that exist.

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July 21, 2022

Getty Gives Public Access To 30,000 Images of Black History and Culture

Embed from Getty Images Getty Images recently announced an initiative that aims to uncover Black stories that are traditionally left unseen and untold. With the launch of its new Black History & Culture Collection (BHCC), the global visual media company will now provide free non-commercial access to more than 30,000 historical images that highlight the history and culture of the Black diaspora in the U.S. and the UK.

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