Archive for March, 2010

Yorkshire Air Museum Exhibition Celebrates Aviation Pioneers

. March 31, 2010

A new exhibition, Pioneers Of Aviation at the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington, celebrates some of the leading figures in aeronautical history. it includes images, models and displays featuring the history of famous names such as Sir George Cayley and Sir Barnes Wallis. The Yorkshire Air Museum will soon be the only one in the […]

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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Announces Works by Female Artists

. March 31, 2010

BENTONVILLE, Ark., – Works by female artists – a mid-19th century portrait by Susan Catherine Moore Waters (1823 – 1900) and a life-size recreation of Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper in 20,763 spools of thread by contemporary artist Devorah Sperber – are the latest works of art announced by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. […]

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Vertical Thoughts: Morton Feldman and the Visual Arts at the Irish Museum of Modern Art

Vertical Thoughts: Morton Feldman and the Visual Arts at the Irish Museum of Modern Art

. March 31, 2010

An exhibition featuring works by many of America’s and Europe’s most celebrated 20th-century artists opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 31 March 2010. Vertical Thoughts: Morton Feldman and the Visual Arts focuses on the work of the influential American composer Morton Feldman and the many leading visual artists […]

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Barrett-Jackson to Sell Vehicles from Shelby American Corporate Museum

. March 31, 2010

Barrett-Jackson will auction a few amazing development vehicles from the official Shelby American corporate museum during the 8th Annual Auction in Palm Beach on Saturday, April 3. The eight cars are an exciting mix of concept vehicles, test mules and development units. They include an ’06 Shelby GT-H coupe prototype (Lot #678.2), Shelby SR prototype […]

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Asian Art Museum of San Francisco Installs New Video Surveillance System

. March 31, 2010

Avnet, DataCom,BLADE Network Technologiesand IBM announced the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco has tightened security around its world-renowned collection of more than 16,000 Asian artworks by installing a DVD-quality video surveillance system based on powerful IBM BladeCenter servers, IP-based software from DataCom and Ethernet network switches fromBLADE Network Technologies(BLADE). The solution will help the […]

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