Archive for December, 2011

National Museum of Ireland Presents Reconstructed Rooms. Four Centuries of Furnishings

National Museum of Ireland Presents Reconstructed Rooms. Four Centuries of Furnishings

. December 2, 2011 . 0 Comments

The National Museum of Ireland presents Reconstructed Rooms. Four Centuries of Furnishings. Installation view of Reconstructed Rooms: Four Centuries of Furnishings Exhibition. 20th Century. ©National Museum of Ireland. This new exhibition displays some of the National Museum of Ireland’s furniture collection in a series of room settings. There is a 17th century bedroom with a […]

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Walker Art Gallery Presents Feather Cuts and Flares

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Feather Cuts and Flares is a new display at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool . featuring nine original outfits from this turbulent period when extravagant modes blossomed despite social and political upheaval. Platform heels, flared trousers, flowery finery, feather cut hairstyles and hot pants took people’s minds off economic troubles, strikes, power cuts and […]

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Walker Art Gallery and Museum of Liverpool Presents Lily Savage’s Costumes

Walker Art Gallery and Museum of Liverpool Presents Lily Savage’s Costumes

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The Walker Art Gallery and Museum of Liverpool Presents Lily Savage’s Costumes an exhibition on view through 19 February 2012. Image by Alistair Muir Eleven sensational costumes worn by actor Paul O’Grady’s alter ego Lily Savage are being displayed for the first time. Savage Style: Costumes from Lily’s Wardrobe 4 November 2011 to 19 February […]

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African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey Presents Grass Roots. African Origins of an American Art

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The African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey presents Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art an exhibition on view through January 7, 2012, that traces the history and evolution of the ancient art of coiled basketry in Africa and America. The exhibit, featuring baskets from the low country of South Carolina and […]

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Palm Springs Air Museum Presents The Battle of Midway. A Historical Retrospective

Palm Springs Air Museum Presents The Battle of Midway. A Historical Retrospective

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The Palm Springs Air Museum presents The Battle of Midway: A Historical Retrospective on Dec. 17. Midway, Palm Springs Air Museum Widely regarded as the most important naval battle of the Pacific Campaign, the battle of Midway has been called, “the most stunning and decisive blow in the history of naval warfare”. Historian Richard Grosser […]

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