January, 2013

Norton Museum of Art presents Say it Loud. Art by African and African-American Artists in the Collection

Norton Museum of Art presents Say it Loud. Art by African and African-American Artists in the Collection, an exhibition on view through March 3, 2013. Paintings, sculpture, photographs and works on paper by artists either residing in Africa or of African descent comprise this exhibition which celebrates art in the Norton Museum’s collection. Examples will […]

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Reynolda House Museum of American Art appoints Elizabeth Chew as New Director of Interpretive Program

Reynolda House Museum of American Art appoints Elizabeth Chew as New Director of Interpretive Program

Reynolda House Museum of American Art has named Elizabeth Chew the museum’s Betsy Main Babcock Director of the Curatorial and Education Division. Chew comes to Reynolda House from Monticello, the historic Virginia estate of Thomas Jefferson, where she serves as curator. She will begin her new position at Reynolda House Feb. 1. Elizabeth Chew Reynolda […]

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Zacheta National Gallery of Art presents Piotr Uklansk Czterdziesci i cztery (Forty and Four)

Zacheta National Gallery of Art presents Piotr Uklansk Czterdziesci i cztery (Forty and Four)

Zacheta National Gallery of Art presents Piotr Uklansk Czterdziesci i cztery (Forty and Four) an exhibition on view through 17 February 2013. Piotr Uklanski, Untitled (Open Wide), 2012. Jute, hemp, cotton. Collection of the artist. Photo: Mateusz Sadowski. Zachęta National Gallery of Art presents the first-ever review exhibition of the work of Piotr Uklański in […]

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New Bedford Whaling Museum announces Early Settlement of the Old Dartmouth Region exhibition

New Bedford Whaling Museum announces Early Settlement of the Old Dartmouth Region exhibition

New Bedford Whaling Museum announces “Conduct us to our hope” The Early Settlement of the Old Dartmouth Region a new exhibit, opening February 28th, interpreting the settle­ment of the Old Dartmouth region. From when Gabriel Archer (died 1609-10) first made his prophetic assessment in 1602 that the Acushnet River area “may haply become good harbors, […]

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