Archive for June, 2011

Tallahassee Museum Hosts Swamp Stomp on July 9

. June 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Tallahassee Museum presents it’s 33rd annual Swamp Stomp on Saturday, July 9, 4-9 p.m. Along with the music, you can enjoy outdoor games, close-up animal encounters, living history demonstrations, and environmental education. The line-up includes contemporary acoustic, Americana, folk, bluegrass, and a special style of regional music that festival organizer Del Suggs calls saltwater […]

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Carnegie Museum of Art Presents Architectural Explorations Exhibition

Carnegie Museum of Art Presents Architectural Explorations Exhibition

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The Carnegie Museum of Art presents Architectural Explorations an exhibition on view through August 12, 2011 in The Heinz Architectural Center. The Heinz Architectural Center’s collection comprises more than 5,000 drawings, models, photographs, rare books, games, and other material made between the 1780s and the present. The collection encompasses the full range of architectural representation, […]

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Museum of Glass Announces Mildred Howard Parenthetically Speaking: It’s Only a Figure of Speech

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The Museum of Glass presents Mildred Howard: Parenthetically Speaking: It’s Only a Figure of Speech. Exhibition open July 2, 2011 – April 29, 2012. Parenthetically Speaking: It’s Only a Figure of Speech is a new collection of work by San Francisco-based artist Mildred Howard comprising more than 40 glass punctuation marks, proofreading symbols and musical […]

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Worcester Art Museum Presents Leisure, Pleasure, and the Debut of the Modern French Woman

Worcester Art Museum Presents Leisure, Pleasure, and the Debut of the Modern French Woman

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The Worcester Art Museum presents Leisure, Pleasure, and the Debut of the Modern French Woman, on view through September 11, 2011. This exhibition presents prints and drawings from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that illustrate an overall shift in the depiction of women in France. Stereotypically seen in pastoral, aristocratic settings, French women in eighteenth […]

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Museum of Fine Arts Houston (MFAH) and ICAA Announce Digital Archive Project

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Digital Archive Initiatives are a catalyst for the future of the field of 20th century Latin American and Latino Art The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and its research institute, the International Center for the Arts of the Americas (ICAA), have devoted ten years and $50 million to initiatives in 20th-century Latin American and Latino […]

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