Archive for May, 2010

OZEANEUM is European Museum of the Year

OZEANEUM is European Museum of the Year

. May 26, 2010 . 0 Comments

The OZEANEUM Stralsund has been awarded Europe’s Museum of the year. The “European Museum of the Year Award”? is said to be the Oscar of museums. Overjoyed, the museum director Dr. Harald Benke accepted the award in form of the sculpture “The Egg”? by sculptor Henry Moore from last year’s prize winner, the Salzburg Museum. […]

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Dallas Museum of Art Receives Transport Security Administration Certification to Ship Works of Art

. May 26, 2010 . 0 Comments

One of Very Few U.S. Museums to Achieve This Clearance Level DALLAS, TX, – The Dallas Museum of Art has been named by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) as a certified cargo screening facility (CCSF), a federal designation that makes the process of shipping artwork by air much easier for the Museum. This makes the […]

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Flourish: At the Foundling Museum

Flourish: At the Foundling Museum

. May 26, 2010 . 0 Comments

This summer the Foundling Museum is exhibiting the finest and most exciting examples of works submitted through the Flourish programme. Curated by Beatty Hallas, Flourish was set up in 2006 as a response to the frustration voiced by looked-after artists about the lack of opportunity to show their work. It is a showcase for young […]

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Mummies Arrive at California Science Center for World Premiere of Mummies of the World Exhibition

. May 26, 2010 . 0 Comments

The largest collection of mummies ever assembled will travel nearly 6,000 miles to make its highly anticipated arrival in Los Angeles on Friday, May 28. The mummies are traveling to the United States for the first time as part of the Mummies of the World exhibition, set to make its world debut at the California […]

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Harley-Davidson Museum Presents rue Evel: The Amazing Story of Evel Knievel

. May 26, 2010 . 0 Comments

A small-town kid from Butte, Montana, Robert Craig Knievel spent his early life aiming high and always wanting more. He started a semi-pro hockey team; he marched on Washington; he sold insurance; he opened his own motorcycle shop. Finally, he decided to become a motorcycle daredevil, and the rest, as they say, is history. In […]

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