Materials on display in this exhibition explore the nature of sexual intercourse between animals, the different mating rituals of various species and the evolutionary possibility that animals, like humans, use sex for non-reproductive purposes.
With approximately 250 objects, this exhibition explores the intersections of Jewish history and memory. The stories of objects used in traditional Jewish practice are interpreted in light of the role of memory in shaping both individual and communal identities.
Visitors can experience the arts at Lincoln Center, on and offstage, with a guided tour of the facilities, including the David H. Koch Theater, Avery Fisher Hall, the Metropolitan Opera House and Alice Tully Hall.
Though much emphasis is placed on obtaining money, few people actually stop and think of the history behind this much coveted commodity. In this exhibition, visitors learn the basis for the American financial system and how the currency has evolved over time.
Exploring the ins and outs of savings banks, community banks and credit unions, this exhibition examines the history of American banking from the foundation of the Bank of North America in 1781 to the creation of the newest community bank.