Archive for February, 2010

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Presents Modeling Devotion: Terracotta Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Presents Modeling Devotion: Terracotta Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance

. February 26, 2010

Open through May 23, 2010 • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston Organized by Alan Chong, William and Lia Poorvu Curator of the Collection, and Valentine Talland, Senior Objects Conservator BOSTON, MA – In Italy during the Renaissance (around 1400 to 1600), an innovative form of sculpture was developed using fine clay that was shaped and […]

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Cowboy Boots and Art at the New Mexico Museum of Art

. February 26, 2010

Sole Mates: Cowboy Boots and Art celebrates the art of the West and views cowboy boots as important symbols of western life. The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, postcards, advertisements, sculptures, video imagery, and of course boots. The images define changing aspects of the West, from 1880 to the present. The exhibition includes more than 130 […]

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El Paso Museum of Art Announces Spring Classes for 2010

. February 26, 2010

The El Paso Museum of Art announces spring classes in life drawing, polymer clay jewelry, paper jewelry, fabric and wire necklaces, and crochet cuffs, bracelets and bangles. These are adult classes for ages 15 years old and up. Please call 915.532.1707 ext 27 or go online at www.elpasoartmuseum.org for more information. Thursdays, April 1 – […]

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Royal Exhibition at the Dutch Railway Museum

. February 25, 2010

This year, the Dutch Railway Museum will be organising a major international exhibition on royal trains under the title: Royal Class, regal journeys. For the first time ever, historical royal trains from all over Europe can be seen in a single exhibition. All these magnificent trains provide a unique impression of the luxurious style in […]

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Museum of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Launches New Online History Resource

. February 25, 2010

The Museum of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has launched a brand new on-line resource for pupils at Key Stage 3 and 4. Health Histories uses primary source material to allow students to investigate pharmacy history in the 20th century. Written with the British Dental Museum, the project was inspired by the discovery that both pharmacy […]

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