Archive for July, 2015

Michener Art Museum Unveils Work by Philadelphia Painter Elizabeth Osborne

Michener Art Museum Unveils Work by Philadelphia Painter Elizabeth Osborne

. July 27, 2015

(Doylestown, PA) The James A. Michener Art Museum will present Veils of Color: Juxtapositions and Recent Work by Elizabeth Osborne, on view from July 25 to November 15, 2015. This exhibition explores the arc of Osborne’s nearly six-decade career. It is an oeuvre of incredible artistic production distinguished by an exploration of the tension between […]

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Museum of Flight makes 50th anniversary campus improvements

. July 27, 2015

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum has recently made major improvements to several of its historic buildings and other structures along its 18-acre Miles River waterfront. Funded through philanthropic support, these improvements include restoration of the historic 1879 Hooper Strait Lighthouse, Point Lookout Bell Tower, Museum Store, and Welcome Center. […]

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1960s-Themed Jet Blast Bash Festival at Museum of Flight Features  Blue Angels Thunder

1960s-Themed Jet Blast Bash Festival at Museum of Flight Features Blue Angels Thunder

. July 22, 2015

SEATTLE – The Museum celebrates Seafair weekend Aug. 1-2 with Jet Blast Bash, an all-day outdoor family festival right on the Blue Angels’ flight line. In tune with the Museum’s 1965 birthday, the festival is themed to the Sixties with a mix of the right food, cocktails, entertainment and AstroTurf. Visitors are encouraged to dress […]

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Michener Art Museum Local Art Enrichment and Education Program for Students Extended

. July 16, 2015

(Doylestown, PA) The James A. Michener Museum and The Rose Group, a local franchisee of Applebee’s Grill & Bar and Corner Bakery Cafe, announce summer discounts and exhibits for students after a successful School Visit Program during the school year. The art enrichment & education program welcomed 3,330 school tour visitors including 2,800 students and […]

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High School Students Graduate from The Museum of Flight’s First Private Pilot Ground School

High School Students Graduate from The Museum of Flight’s First Private Pilot Ground School

. July 14, 2015

SEATTLE – July 10 was graduation day for 50 high school students in The Museum of Flight’s first Private Pilot Ground School. The three-week aeronautical science class was done in partnership with the Museum, Raisbeck Aviation High School, and Puget Sound Skills Center. Addressing airline industry concerns about future pilot shortages, the course was designed […]

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