Archive for February, 2015

BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE MUSEUM + ARTS CENTER COMPLETES FIRST PHASE OF RENOVATION AND EXPANSION PROJECT IN DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE, NC

BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE MUSEUM + ARTS CENTER COMPLETES FIRST PHASE OF RENOVATION AND EXPANSION PROJECT IN DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE, NC

. February 28, 2015

Expanded gallery, new study center, and animated façade designed by Randy Shull reopened to the public with an inaugural exhibition of work by Susan Weil Asheville, NC….Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (BMCM+AC), in Asheville, NC, completed the first phase of its expansion project with the renovation of its current facility led by artist […]

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BMA ACQUIRES RARE SCULPTURE BY RENE MAGRITTE

BMA ACQUIRES RARE SCULPTURE BY RENE MAGRITTE

. February 27, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) today announced it recently added René Magritte’s 1967 sculpture Delusions of Grandeur to its renowned collection of modern art. This monumental bronze was created by the Belgian artist during the last year of his life and there are very few casts. The work came to the […]

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BORA PETKOVA METAMORPHOSIS 7 March to 5 April 2015 NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

BORA PETKOVA METAMORPHOSIS 7 March to 5 April 2015 NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

. February 26, 2015

In her new project, ‘Metamorphosis’, Bora Petkova has put together a collection of pieces from her art that seem to lack, at least at first glance, any connection. But what links its elements – laid out in the midst of the Entomology Collection and the vitrines for temporary exhibitions of the National Museum of Natural […]

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2015 Glass House Tour Tickets Now Available

2015 Glass House Tour Tickets Now Available

. February 25, 2015

Tours of the Glass House will run between May 1 – November 30, 2015 New this season: In-depth Tours + Club Glass House for Kids Our most comprehensive tour, the In-depth Tour will include the Glass House, Painting Gallery, Da Monsta, Studio as well as the lower landscape with the Pavilion in the Pond and […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center and Village of Newtown discover rare Native American artifact

Cincinnati Museum Center and Village of Newtown discover rare Native American artifact

. February 25, 2015

CINCINNATI – The Village of Newtown and Cincinnati Museum Center announced the discovery of a rare Native American artifact. A shell gorget dating back to the early fifth century is currently being conserved and studied by archaeologists at Cincinnati Museum Center in hopes of learning more about the early late Woodland period and the Native […]

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