SACRED: Symbolism of the Religious Concept of Time
Opens on Friday, April 22 and runs through December 2016 at the National Watch & Clock Museum. Time has and will always be an important aspect to all religions. The exhibit looks at how the five major religions view the passage of time as it relates to their own practices. It will use objects from the Museum and explain the inherent symbolism of these timepieces.
AMERICAN TIME: NEW NAWCC-SUPPORTED ONLINE VIDEO SERIES
A video series covering a basic American time-only movement is available on our YouTube channel. It is made up of sixteen short videos (no longer than 8 minutes each), describing the various components of how a clock works.
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