Archive for March, 2014

The Dark Room and International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum to debut “New on the Scene”

. March 26, 2014

New On The Scene, The Dark Room’s first photography exhibit celebrates its official opening on Thursday, March 27th. The reception will last from 6-8:00 pm. New On The Scene showcases eight recent graduates of Webster University who are now photographers working in the St. Louis area. Seven are working in the field as professional photographers; […]

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Western Visions Gets New “Wild 100” Approach

Western Visions Gets New “Wild 100” Approach

. March 26, 2014

National Museum of Wildlife Art enhances arts experience for annual fundraiser Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The National Museum of Wildlife Art has announced a new “Wild 100®” approach for its annual Western Visions® fundraiser, scheduled for August 30 – September 21, 2014. A month-long art celebration presented by the Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based museum, Western Visions […]

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27th Antique & Classic Boat Festival comes to CBMM June 13-15

. March 26, 2014

Wooden classics, vintage race boats, and other antique and Chesapeake Bay-related boats are coming to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) this June 13-15 for the 27th annual Antique & Classic Boat Festival in St. Michaels, MD. Hosted by the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society (ACBS), this Father’s Day weekend […]

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National Mining Memorial Centre Shortlisted for Two Awards

National Mining Memorial Centre Shortlisted for Two Awards

. March 25, 2014

Derelict coal processing building converted to remembrance and exhibition space shortlisted for RIAS and EAA Awards A new memorial centre to commemorate the sacrifices made by those involved in Scotland’s coal mining industry is shortlisted for two design awards. The project, completed by Purcell’s Edinburgh studio, is in the running for a Royal Incorporation of […]

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Hong Kong Maritime Museum opens Mapping Ming China’s Maritime World – The Selden Map and Treasures from University of Oxford

. March 25, 2014

The Hong Kong Maritime Museum presents Mapping Ming China’s Maritime World – The Selden Map and Treasures from University of Oxford an exhibition on view 21 March – 23 June 2014. This exhibition presents the early 17th century maritime heritage of the Ming Dynasty, including unique collections from the Oxford University’s Boldeian Libraries. Among the […]

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