April, 2010

County of Los Angeles Fire Museum Presents ‘Pioneers of Paramedicine(TM)’ Lifetime Achievement Award

LOS ANGELES, – The County of Los Angeles Fire Museum announced today the induction of Eugene Nagel, MD, Leonard Cobb, MD, J. Michael Criley, MD, and Walter Graf, MD, the four founding fathers of paramedic programs, into the “Pioneers of Paramedicine” exhibit and receipt of the “Pioneers of Paramedicine” Lifetime Achievement Award made possible by […]

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Magnificent Maps: Power, Propaganda and Art at The British Library

Magnificent Maps: Power, Propaganda and Art at The British Library

Maps can be works of art, propaganda and indoctrination. Opening on 30 April 2010, Magnificent Maps: Power, Propaganda and Art offers a rare chance to see an unrivalled collection of cartographic masterpieces on paper, wood, vellum, silver, silk and marble, including atlases, maps, globes and tapestries that were intended for display side-by-side with the world’s […]

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Maxfield Parrish Exhibition at The Everson Museum of Art

Maxfield Parrish Exhibition at The Everson Museum of Art

The Everson Museum of Art presents Fantasies and Fairy-Tales: Maxfield Parrish and the Art of the Print, open April 29, through July 11, 2010. During the height of Maxfield Parrish’s popularity in the 1920s and 1930s, he was the most reproduced American artist of his era. Disseminated through magazine covers, book illustrations, calendar pads, advertisements […]

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Story Time Art for Children and Families at The Everson Museum of Art

The Everson Museum of Art invites families and children ages 5-12 to join in an afternoon of art making and fairy-tales on May 1, from noon – 1 p.m. Free to attend, Story Time Art will kick off at noon in the Museum’s lower level Art Zone, a space made specifically for children. Children will […]

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