Archive for September, 2011

Asian Art Museum Launches New Brand

. September 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Asian Art Museum, in San Francisco announced that it is reinventing itself with a new brand to engage a broader audience. The brand aims to deliver on the museum’s new artistic vision to spark connections across cultures and through time, making Asian art and culture more relevant and meaningful for all. “The Asian Art […]

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Akron Art Museum Opens Paul Stankard Glass Exhibition

Akron Art Museum Opens Paul Stankard Glass Exhibition

. September 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

Akron Art Museum Announces Major Gift Mike and Anne Belkin Collection of Paul Stankard Glass Opens September 28, 2011 The Akron Art Museum will open the world’s largest public collection of glass by the celebrated artist Paul Stankard, who is known internationally for his innovative rethinking of the traditional glass paperweight. The collection is a […]

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Grounds For Sculpture Postpone Events

. September 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

Grounds For Sculpture have postponed some upcoming events due to recent poor weather. The opening of The Meadow, the museum’s new 7-acre outdoor gallery featuring Aerial Roots by Steve Tobin has been postponed until October 1st. Grounds For Sculpture will be CLOSED to the public for othe annual fundraiser on Sun., Sept. 25th and for […]

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Brooklyn Museum Presents Final Section of the Egyptian Book of the Dead

Brooklyn Museum Presents Final Section of the Egyptian Book of the Dead

. September 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Brooklyn Museum presents the Final Section, Completing Rare Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead, on view from September 28, 2011. Following a three-year-long conservation project, the final section of the rare, thirty-five-centuries-old Egyptian Book of the Dead of the Goldworker of Amun, Sobekmose will go on long-term view on September 28. One of the […]

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Portland Art Museum Launches New Brand

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Visual identity reflects the Museum’s past and future This month the Portland Art Museum will unveil a new brand including a new visual identity that will be reflected in signage, advertising, and other materials. The Museum recently completed a strategic planning process, identifying short-term and long-term goals for the institution and reaffirming the core values […]

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