#PlayMW

Best tweets:

This picture shows 14 hurling balls that are made of matted cow hair with a plaited horsehair covering. All were found through hand-cutting turf in #Irish bogs over the past 100 years! #PlayMW #MuseumWeek
http://pic.twitter.com/fELTsISynm
This picture shows 14 hurling balls that are made of matted cow hair with a plaited horsehair covering. All were found through hand-cutting turf in #Irish bogs over the past 100 years!  #PlayMW #MuseumWeek<br>http://pic.twitter.com/fELTsISynm
There are several colourful theories about how the hoard came to be hidden at Uig. https://t.co/Ofk20tkt8O #MuseumWeek #PlayMW pic.twitter.com/0ZHtXc4gpT — National Museums Scotland (@NtlMuseumsScot) ...
MuseumWeek 16/05/2019 04:44
7 Days, 7 Hashtags, #WomenInCulture May 13 #WomenInCulture May 14 #SecretsMW May 15 #PlayMW May 16 #RainbowMW May 17 #ExploreMW May 18 #PhotoMW May 19 #FriendsMW It's day 4 of #MuseumWeek, show us those #RainbowMW snapshots
http://pic.twitter.com/KR70v7DvES
topsy
Free entry | No booking required | All welcome! • Photo credit: Jed Niezgoda / Veni Vidi Photo • #playmw #crawfordartgallery #corkcity #cork #purecork #ireland #recastingcanova #canovacasts ...
Shibden Hall 15/05/2019 09:46
Oh my! How many Miss Listers can you spot? Played by the amazing Suranne Jones! #PlayMW #MuseumWeek
http://pic.twitter.com/S41w9r5oKu
Oh my! How many Miss Listers can you spot? Played by the amazing Suranne Jones! #PlayMW #MuseumWeek<br>http://pic.twitter.com/S41w9r5oKu
There are several colourful theories about how the hoard came to be hidden at Uig. https://t.co/Ofk20tkt8O #MuseumWeek #PlayMW pic.twitter.com/0ZHtXc4gpT — National Museums Scotland (@NtlMuseumsScot) ...
A Roman dice made from amber. 1st-2nd century CE. From Aquileia, central Italy. (British Museum, London) ancient.eu/image/7257/rom an-amber-dice/roman-amber-dice/   … Image © by The British Museum #MuseumWeek #PlayMW
http://pic.twitter.com/y2R6JovBYM
A Roman dice made from amber. 1st-2nd century CE. From Aquileia, central Italy. (British Museum, London)  http:// ancient.eu/image/7257/rom an-amber-dice/roman-amber-dice/   …    Image © by The British Museum   #MuseumWeek #PlayMW <br>http://pic.twitter.com/y2R6JovBYM
There are several colourful theories about how the hoard came to be hidden at Uig. https://t.co/Ofk20tkt8O #MuseumWeek #PlayMW pic.twitter.com/0ZHtXc4gpT — National Museums Scotland (@NtlMuseumsScot) ...
Secrets d'Histoire 15/05/2019 06:55
#playMW #Museumweek Question difficile mais les plus perspicaces trouveront ! Dans quel chateau de la Loire se trouve @bernstephane ? @chateaudeblois @domainechambord @ChateauAmboise @E_Chenonceau
http://pic.twitter.com/4EEL2IDhtr
 #playMW #Museumweek Question difficile mais les plus perspicaces trouveront ! Dans quel château de la Loire se trouve @bernstephane ?   @chateaudeblois  @domainechambord  @ChateauAmboise   @E_Chenonceau<br>http://pic.twitter.com/4EEL2IDhtr
There are several colourful theories about how the hoard came to be hidden at Uig. https://t.co/Ofk20tkt8O #MuseumWeek #PlayMW pic.twitter.com/0ZHtXc4gpT — National Museums Scotland (@NtlMuseumsScot) ...
While we're on the topic of space x baseball, we thought we'd dig this gem of a photo out of the archives. Workers donned B.F. Goodrich Mark IV spacesuits for a quick game to demonstrate the flexibility of the suit (c. 1950s) #PlayMW #MuseumWeek
http://pic.twitter.com/te6SY8qZhB
While we're on the topic of space x baseball, we thought we'd dig this gem of a photo out of the archives.   Workers donned B.F. Goodrich Mark IV spacesuits for a quick game to demonstrate the flexibility of the suit (c. 1950s) #PlayMW #MuseumWeek<br>http://pic.twitter.com/te6SY8qZhB
#MuseumWeek #PlayMW Roman dice tower with the inscription "Pictos victos, Hostis deleta, Ludite securi". Translation: “Now the Picts have been conquered and the enemies destroyed, play safely” From Vettweiss-Froitzheim, 4th century AD. LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn.
http://pic.twitter.com/kID3KLAFhR
#MuseumWeek #PlayMW Roman dice tower with the inscription "Pictos victos, Hostis deleta, Ludite securi".  Translation: “Now the Picts have been conquered and the enemies destroyed, play safely” From Vettweiss-Froitzheim, 4th century AD. LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn. <br>http://pic.twitter.com/kID3KLAFhR
US Holocaust Museum 15/05/2019 05:36
This bunny was the only toy four-year-old Eva Erszebet Kiss had at the Theresienstadt camp. Another prisoner sewed it for her to provide some comfort in the harsh conditions of the camp. When Eva and her mother escaped, she brought the bunny home. #MuseumWeek #PlayMW
http://pic.twitter.com/kkfbKAagnZ
This bunny was the only toy four-year-old Eva Erszebet Kiss had at the Theresienstadt camp. Another prisoner sewed it for her to provide some comfort in the harsh conditions of the camp. When Eva and her mother escaped, she brought the bunny home. #MuseumWeek #PlayMW <br>http://pic.twitter.com/kkfbKAagnZ
#MuseumWeek #PlayMW Fresco depicting Cupids playing hide-and-seek. From the cryptoporticus of the House of the Deer in Herculaneum. Naples Archaeological Museum.
http://pic.twitter.com/ioq9vJ2QSc
#MuseumWeek #PlayMW Fresco depicting Cupids playing hide-and-seek. From the cryptoporticus of the House of the Deer in Herculaneum. Naples Archaeological Museum. <br>http://pic.twitter.com/ioq9vJ2QSc
Guggenheim Museum 15/05/2019 04:20
#PlayMW—on April 11, 1981, for one day only, the floor of the rotunda was painted to resemble a roulette wheel for #DarrylSapien's performance "American Roulette." #MuseumWeek
http://pic.twitter.com/oMoeqgtU7R
#PlayMW—on April 11, 1981, for one day only, the floor of the rotunda was painted to resemble a roulette wheel for #DarrylSapien's performance "American Roulette." #MuseumWeek<br>http://pic.twitter.com/oMoeqgtU7R
NC Museum of History 15/05/2019 03:19
It's #MuseumWeek! Today's theme is #PlayMW, so we're throwing it back to these @UNC Commemorative 1982 NCAA Champions soda cans.
http://pic.twitter.com/Jp6QMeIVx2
It's #MuseumWeek! Today's theme is #PlayMW, so we're throwing it back to these @UNC Commemorative 1982 NCAA Champions soda cans. <br>http://pic.twitter.com/Jp6QMeIVx2
Guggenheim Museum 15/05/2019 02:09
#HenriRousseau's "The Football Players" (1908) are ready for today's #MuseumWeek theme! #PlayMW https:// gu.gg/2W1ojT9  
http://pic.twitter.com/88cyncdt4F
#HenriRousseau's "The Football Players" (1908) are ready for today's #MuseumWeek theme! #PlayMW  https:// gu.gg/2W1ojT9     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/88cyncdt4F
Research Casting 15/05/2019 01:55
#MuseumWeek2019 Day 3: Meet the people who built the dinosaurs of #JurassicPark! Research Casting fabricated the T-rex and Alamosaurus in the main rotunda of the visitor center of the film in 1992! Next time you watch it, try and spot them! #PlayMW #dinosaurday #dinosaurs
http://pic.twitter.com/jYA1PCdVFf
#MuseumWeek2019  Day 3: Meet the people who built the dinosaurs of #JurassicPark! Research Casting fabricated the T-rex and Alamosaurus in the main rotunda of the visitor center of the film in 1992! Next time you watch it, try and spot them!  #PlayMW  #dinosaurday #dinosaurs<br>http://pic.twitter.com/jYA1PCdVFf
Smithsonian NMAAHC 15/05/2019 01:35
“The Wiz” was groundbreaking for its adaptation of L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) as a tale that celebrates African American street style as a unique subculture and unapologetic American way of life. Explore this dynamic musical with us: #PlayMW https:// twitter.com/NMAAHC/status/ 974446257648357377   …
http://pic.twitter.com/S3LGELCSLj
Guggenheim Bilbao 15/05/2019 01:25
Imagination will take you everywhere! #PlayMW #GoogleArtsCulture #MuseumWeek #MGBMuseumWeek
http://pic.twitter.com/JXUMSpxY6a
topsy
The British Library 15/05/2019 01:10
In 1895 one of the first recorded women’s football matches took place in London. Explore a century of women’s football through a display of unique archive material now in our #BLTreasures Gallery ow.ly/aoea50ub62V   #PlayMW Image used with kind permission of Patricia Gregory
http://pic.twitter.com/2C2CNxNaOH
In 1895 one of the first recorded women’s football matches took place in London. Explore a century of women’s football through a display of unique archive material now in our #BLTreasures Gallery  http:// ow.ly/aoea50ub62V      #PlayMW  Image used with kind permission of Patricia Gregory <br>http://pic.twitter.com/2C2CNxNaOH
Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #PlayMW. We have a number of parlour games and related objects in our collection. Can you name any of them?
http://pic.twitter.com/QP5rkuFYFr
Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #PlayMW. We have a number of parlour games and related objects in our collection. Can you name any of them?  <br>http://pic.twitter.com/QP5rkuFYFr
York Romans Project 15/05/2019 12:51
#Roman ceramic theatre mask, excavated at Catterick,1972. Masks like this were used by actors in a #PlayMW to represent characters and amplify voices. Alternatively, a perforation in one edge suggests that it might have been suspended as an ornament. #YorkRomans #MuseumWeek
http://pic.twitter.com/OQ3mHgwQk4
#Roman ceramic theatre mask, excavated at Catterick,1972. Masks like this were used by actors in a #PlayMW to represent characters and amplify voices. Alternatively, a perforation in one edge suggests that it might have been suspended as an ornament.  #YorkRomans #MuseumWeek<br>http://pic.twitter.com/OQ3mHgwQk4
Dr Sophie Hay 15/05/2019 11:58
Following on from @pompeii_sites #MuseumWeek #PlayMW tweet, I recently saw this fresco in Naples and the written captions above the Roman gamers are delightful: one man exclaims “I’ve got it” and the other retorts “it’s a 2 not a 3”. https:// twitter.com/pompeii_sites/ status/1128560837273300992?s=21   …
http://pic.twitter.com/6pJwAxVyEh
Following on from @pompeii_sites #MuseumWeek #PlayMW tweet, I recently saw this fresco in Naples and the written captions above the Roman gamers are delightful: one man exclaims “I’ve got it” and the other retorts “it’s a 2 not a 3”.   https:// twitter.com/pompeii_sites/ status/1128560837273300992?s=21   … <br>http://pic.twitter.com/6pJwAxVyEh
Ashmolean Museum 15/05/2019 11:20
Catch! This terracotta ball or marble was excavated from Mohenjo-Daro and dates back to 2500–1500BC, indicating that humans have been playing ball games for quite some time #MuseumWeek #PlayMW
http://pic.twitter.com/gnENYuOujj
Catch! This terracotta ball or marble was excavated from Mohenjo-Daro and dates back to 2500–1500BC, indicating that humans have been playing ball games for quite some time  #MuseumWeek #PlayMW <br>http://pic.twitter.com/gnENYuOujj
Read More on Twitter