October, 2013

Foundry Art Centre Opens Whimsical Art Exhibit, Rat Race, at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

Foundry Art Centre Opens Whimsical Art Exhibit, Rat Race, at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

The Foundry Art Centre and Lambert-St. Louis International Airport have opened their first joint exhibition – Rat Race, an exhibition of whimsical artwork – open now through February 23, 2014 at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport‘s Meeting Place Gallery (located in Terminal 1 Bag Claim Level adjacent to the Concourse C exit.) In today’s fast paced […]

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Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia announces creation of architectural plan

Philadelphia’s Woodmere Art Museum Hires Architect to Develop Master Plan for Museum’s Buildings and Grounds Chestnut Hill native Matthew Baird will work with Museum and local community to develop an architectural plan for Woodmere’s six-acre estate PHILADELPHIA — With support from its Board of Directors, Woodmere Art Museum has approved an architectural planning process and […]

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Project Arts Centre present Celine Condorelli, featuring The Company Additionals

Project Arts Centre present Celine Condorelli, featuring The Company Additionals

Project Arts Centre present Celine Condorelli, featuring The Company Additionals an exhibition on view 7 November 2013–18 January 2014. In this unique artistic conversation between artist Céline Condorelli and theatre artists The Company, Project Arts Centre brings together the two prominent strands of our artistic programming. The gallery becomes home to five sculptures—Structure for Communicating […]

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New Orleans Museum of Art acquires Will Ryman’s Golden Replica of Lincoln’s Childhood Cabin

“America” (2013), a full-scale replica of Abraham Lincoln’s childhood log cabin that Will Ryman constructed out of chains, bullets, pills, assorted electronic components, jewelry, keyboard keys, and other assorted consumer flotsam, all coated in shiny gold paint, has been acquired by the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), where the work will go on view […]

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