Archive for June, 2010

King Tut Exhibition Makes its Denver Debut

King Tut Exhibition Makes its Denver Debut

. June 30, 2010 . 0 Comments

Denver, Colo. – The Denver Art Museum’s (DAM) highly anticipated summer exhibition, Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs, opens to the public June 29, 2010 and runs through Jan. 9, 2011. Featuring more than 100 treasures from the tomb of King Tut and additional ancient sites, the exhibition will make its debut and […]

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Getty Museum and Artist Mark Bradford Launch Online Curricula for K-12 Art Teachers

. June 30, 2010 . 0 Comments

LOS ANGELES – The Getty Museum and artist Mark Bradford have unveiled Open Studio: A Collection of Artmaking Ideas by Artists, a new project conceived by Bradford, an LA-based artist and MacArthur Fellow, to provide free online arts activities for K-12 teachers to use in their classrooms. Open Studio is the inaugural project of the […]

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The Purse & The Person: A Century of Women’s Purses at The California Museum

The Purse & The Person: A Century of Women’s Purses at The California Museum

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Sacramento, California – The California Museum is proud to present The Purse & The Person, A Century of Women’s Purses, Saturday, July 3 through Sunday, September 26, 2010. This exhibit uses purses and their contents as a window on the changing roles of women over the past hundred years. Major themes of the 20th century […]

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Computer History Museum Kicks Off First Affiliated Historian Program With IEEE Events

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The Computer History Museum (CHM) today announced its inaugural Affiliated Historian Program, which connects museum members and the larger Silicon Valley community with the thinking of respected technology academics and historians. In July, Dr. Ross Bassett, an Associate Professor of History at North Carolina State University, will use the museum’s extensive collection and archives as […]

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New Space Gallery at The Seattle Museum of Flight Breaks Ground

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Seattle’s Museum of Flight broke ground today on the first phase of its new 15,500-square-foot “Human Space Flight Gallery.” While the Museum has long planned to expand its space exhibits, the new state-of-the-art gallery is a precondition to being awarded one of the retiring United States Space Shuttles, which may be delivered on the back […]

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