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Wednesday’s Art Notes

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Indian artist Raman puts the final touch on water tanks of various forms representing different idols outside of Jalandhar on April 26, 2011. These water tanks are placed on rooftops to supply water to houses. Photo by Narinder Nanu/ AFP/ Getty Images

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Steppenwolf Theater’s revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is bound for Broadway, via the Chicago Tribune.

Jeffrey Brown talked to actor Tracy Letts and director Pam MacKinnon about the show during its tour stop in Washington.

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The Washington Post reports on a passionate Tuesday forum, made up of curators and museum directors, on the topic of the Smithsonian’s handling and censorship of the Hide/Seek exhibit.

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Pop performer Beyonce stars in a new short workout video for kids, as part of first lady Michelle Obama’s campaign against child obesity, via The New York Times’ ArtsBeat.

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The Associated Press reports on how a radiology technique for examining ancient mummies has a practical (albeit gruesome) crime-solving application, via BusinessWeek.

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A New Mexico archaeology museum doesn’t have the funds to finish construction and run water to the building, leaving the new space vacant, via KRQE.

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Phoebe Snow, a popular songwriter and singer with a four-octave range whose career took off with her 1975 hit “Poetry Man”, has died at age 60, via NPR.

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