NEW WEBINAR: Sacred Time: Symbolism and the Religious Concept of Time
This program is an overview of the National Watch and Clock Museum's latest special exhibit Sacred Time. This will not only be an exhibit walk-through, but will examine the objects on exhibit and explain the inherent symbolism of these timepieces as they relate to the five major religions’ view the passage of time.
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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