Archive for July, 2013

Swiss Institute presents A Sunday in the Mountains

Swiss Institute presents A Sunday in the Mountains

. July 25, 2013

Swiss Institute presents A Sunday in the Mountains on view August 25, 2013. Since the birth of Dada in Zurich almost one hundred years ago, the mindset of fire starters has been a common denominator in Swiss art. Artists love to challenge law and order, manifesting a deep sympathy for counter-culture, some even bordering on […]

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National Air and Space Museum opens three exhibitions on July 26

. July 25, 2013

The National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., will open “High Art: A Decade of Collecting,” “Searching for Goldilocks” and “Suited for Space.” Although each of the exhibitions takes a uniquely artistic approach to exploring space and aviation, housed together the trio encourages visitors to stretch their imaginations and discover new ways of appreciating […]

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Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft presents The 7 Borders

Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft presents The 7 Borders

. July 24, 2013

Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft presents The 7 Borders an exhibition on view through September 1, 2013. KMAC presents The 7 Borders, an exhibition exploring artistic connections to the Commonwealth of Kentucky and its seven border states – Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. With the unique distinction of being the […]

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National Portrait Gallery Announces First Private View for Young People

. July 24, 2013

The National Portrait Gallery in London is to host its first ever Private View exclusively for young people (Monday 29 July 2013, 18.30 – 20.30). For the first time, the Gallery will be open in an evening just for those aged between 14 and 19, giving them an exclusive opportunity to enjoy after-hours access to […]

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Aug. 3-4 “Need For Speed Festival” Offers   Fast Times for Families

Aug. 3-4 “Need For Speed Festival” Offers Fast Times for Families

. July 24, 2013

SEATTLE, – The Museum of Flight offers a full-throttle celebration of acceleration with the Aug. 3-4 Need for Speed Festival. Located next to the launching pad for the Boeing Air Show at Seafair Weekend, the Museum’s East Parking Lot will become a village of family activities surrounded by speedy boats, cars and planes. Special guests […]

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