June, 2010

New Racing Exhibition in Henry Ford Museum

New Racing Exhibition in Henry Ford Museum

The Henry Ford is planning to build a $15 million exhibition covering the history and innovation of American auto racing, it was announced today by Patricia Mooradian, president of The Henry Ford. Racing in America is a permanent 22,000-square-foot engaging and unique experience powered by highly interactive displays and frontier-stretching technologies. Planned for Henry Ford […]

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Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Makes History and Brings Current Science to North Texas

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (FWMSH) brings current, international science to the forefront as it offers children from the region the opportunity to speak directly to the crew of the Plastiki, a 60-foot catamaran engineered from recyclable materials and 12,500 reclaimed plastic soda bottles that is sailing the Pacific Ocean from San […]

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Museo Nazionale Romano to Loan Roman Sculptures to the Indianapolis Museum of Art

Museo Nazionale Romano to Loan Roman Sculptures to the Indianapolis Museum of Art

Long-term loan of objects from major 1st century AD Roman tomb discovery includes three life-size portrait busts and a marble funerary urn INDIANAPOLIS, IN,- The Indianapolis Museum of Art today announced that it will receive a long-term loan of several ancient sculptures from the Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome in January 2011. On loan for a […]

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Abraham Lincoln: One Man Two Views at Gettysburg National Military Park Museum

The amazing creative and visual journey taken by artists to represent Abraham Lincoln through sculpture is the focus of a new exhibit at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. The exhibit ? “Abraham Lincoln: One Man, Two Views” ? takes visitors on a visual journey through the creative process used by artist […]

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