October, 2012

Dallas Museum of Art announces discovery of George Inness painting

Dallas Museum of Art announces discovery of George Inness painting

The Dallas Museum of Art announced the reattribution of a painting to the artist George Inness, widely admired as one of America’s greatest landscape painters. The work of art has been in the Museum’s collection for eighty years, entering in 1931 as part of a bequest by Cecil A. Keating. At the time of the […]

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Shore Line Trolley Museum closes for Hurricane Sandy

The Shore Line Trolley Museum is closing on Sunday 10/28/12 in anticipation of the arrival of Hurricane Sandy to the East Coast on Monday, in an effort to protect the museum from possible flooding and wind damage. The Shore Line Trolley Museum maintains several collections which preserve the history and heritage of the Trolley Era. […]

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New York State Museum displays Confederate civil war flag

New York State Museum displays Confederate civil war flag

Confederate flag, torn down by a Colonel Elmer Ellsworth, a soldier born in Saratoga County and widely remembered as the first Union officer killed in the Civil War, is now on display at the New York State Museum. Marshall House Flag The 14-by 24-foot Marshall House Flag is being exhibited in South Hall through Feb. […]

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MoMA PS1 hosts The First Annual Artists Halloween Carnival and Parade

MoMA PS1 hosts The First Annual Artists Halloween Carnival and Parade on October 28, 2012. SCHEDULE 3–6pm Artists’ costume workshop 6–7pm Costume parade around MoMA PS1 with Caribbean marching band Bloco Gumbo 7–7:30pm Costume contest 7:30–9pm Party with music by Mykki Blanco, Gatekeeper DJs, Zach Cole and Jon Santos ARTISTS’ COSTUME WORKSHOP 3–6pm, the VW […]

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