Archive for August, 2010

Museum of Contemporary Art Korea Announces Nuclear Power Plant Art Project Yeonggwang 2010

. August 31, 2010 . 0 Comments

National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea announce official opening of Nuclear Power Plant Art Project in Yeonggwang and its first commissioned site-specific installation entitled, Earth – Water – Fire – Air by Kimsooja. This project is the power plant’s first of the public art project series organized to transform the city of Yeonggwang into the […]

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Gone With The Wind Fans Donate $30,000 to Preserve Original Costumes at the Harry Ransom Center

Gone With The Wind Fans Donate $30,000 to Preserve Original Costumes at the Harry Ransom Center

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AUSTIN, Texas – More than 600 individuals from 44 states and 13 countries have contributed to the effort to raise $30,000 to preserve five original costumes from “Gone With The Wind” (1939). The costumes are part of the David O. Selznick film collection at the Harry Ransom Center, a humanities research library and museum at […]

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New University of Texas Visual Arts Center Announces Inaugural Fall Season

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AUSTIN, Texas – The Visual Arts Center in the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin has announced its inaugural fall season, exhibitions that include works by emerging artists from around the world, renowned faculty, and notable students and alumni. The Visual Arts Center (VAC) will open its doors […]

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The National Gallery of Art Welcomes Fall with Activities for Children, Teens, and Families

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As autumn approaches the nation’s capital and the school year begins, the National Gallery of Art offers a number of activities and programs for young visitors. The Gallery’s Film Program for Children and Teens promises a taste of international films and varying story lines. Families can also explore the galleries together using the children’s audio […]

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Museum of Fine Arts Houston Commissions Artist Cai Guo-Qiang to Create Gunpowder Drawing

Museum of Fine Arts Houston Commissions Artist Cai Guo-Qiang to Create Gunpowder Drawing

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Cai will create Odyssey in Houston in October, with the public invited to observe; work will be permanently installed in the new Arts of China Gallery, opening October 17 Commission is the first in a series from contemporary artists for the MFAH´s Arts of Asia galleries Artist Cai Guo-Qiang has long been known internationally for […]

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