Archive for March, 2011

Smithsonian American Art Museum Plans Education Center and Expansion of National Outreach Programs

. March 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Smithsonian American Art Museum is creating an education center that will allow it to significantly expand its national education program and meet the needs of the museum’s many education constituencies. The center will benefit students in classrooms across the nation and on U.S. military bases worldwide as well as school groups touring the museum, […]

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Jacquemart-Andre Museum Opens The Caillebotte Brothers Private World Painter and Photographer

Jacquemart-Andre Museum Opens The Caillebotte Brothers Private World Painter and Photographer

. March 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

From 25 March to 11 July 2011, the Jacquemart-André Museum is presenting The Caillebotte Brothers’ Private World. Painter and Photographer. An encounter between Impressionism and photography, this exhibition evokes the artistic and private world of the Caillebotte brothers. This original perspective of Gustave’s paintings and Martial’s photography invites the visitor to enter the private world […]

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Kansas Aviation Museum Presents Plane Plans: The Story of Wichita Aviation through Historic Drawings

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The Kansas Aviation Museum in Wichita Presents Plane Plans: The Story of Wichita Aviation through Historic Drawings. Exhibit Opening and Open House on Thursday, May 12th 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. The Kansas Aviation Museum has a staggering collection that rivals any air museum across the country. Included in this collection is a laundry list […]

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Museum of Life and Science Train Ride Maintenance

Museum of Life and Science Train Ride Maintenance

. March 31, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Museum of Life and Science in Durham has temporarily closed its popular train ride in order to perform track maintenance originally scheduled for later this year. Accelerating this scheduled maintenance supports the recommendation of Thursday’s inspection from the North Carolina Department of Labor. The Museum’s track did not pass this inspection, and as a […]

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Elliott Museum Closing for Rebuild

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The old Elliott Museum building will close April 3 with an afternoon of festivities for area residents that include free admission. A larger, world-class building will be constructed on the site, with opening scheduled for 2013. “We’re saying goodbye to our home of 50 years with an All-American celebration,” said board chairman Scott Baratta. “The […]

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