Archive for August, 2015

The Glass House Fall Exhibitions and Programs

The Glass House Fall Exhibitions and Programs

. August 21, 2015

Elaine Lustig Cohen Extended through October 19 On view in the Painting Gallery, this exhibition presents a selection of the artist’s early paintings from the 1960s and 1970s as well as examples of her multi-year design collaboration with Philip Johnson, among other pioneering projects. Night (1947 – 2015): Isa Genzken On view September 1 – […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art Present Jazz in the Sculpture Garden

. August 21, 2015

Final Concerts of the Season! August 22: The Dave Stryker ‘Eight Track’ Band “First-rate jazz talent”—LA Times August 29: The Steven Kroon Latin Jazz Sextet Led by sought-after studio musician Steven Kroon on the congas Baltimore Museum of Art 10 Art Museum Drive Baltimore, MD 21218

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“BAUHAUS IN AMERICA” IS FOCUS OF NEW EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE AT BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE MUSEUM + ARTS CENTER

“BAUHAUS IN AMERICA” IS FOCUS OF NEW EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE AT BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE MUSEUM + ARTS CENTER

. August 19, 2015

Exhibition on view September 4-December 31, 2015; Conference September 25-27, 2015 Asheville, NC…Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (BMCM+AC) presents a special exhibition and its annual conference on the Bauhaus in the U.S., focusing on two important centers led by highly influential artists and professors who had taught at the famed German institution. In […]

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Cincinnati Mini Maker Faire returns to Cincinnati Museum Center

. August 18, 2015

CINCINNATI – Drag racing power tools. Robots. Race cars. 3D printed prosthetics. Inspiration. Cincinnati Mini Maker Faire is back at Cincinnati Museum Center August 29 & 30 for a weekend of explosive exhibits, interactive displays and live demonstrations. Cincinnati Mini Maker Faire is a community-organized event and is part of the national Maker Faire created […]

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Pilots Share Wild Tales About Being “Wild Weasels” at the Museum of Flight

Pilots Share Wild Tales About Being “Wild Weasels” at the Museum of Flight

. August 18, 2015

SEATTLE – On Aug. 29, two former U.S. Air Force pilots share first-hand stories about one of the most dangerous types of missions in air combat: attacking enemy air defense systems. During their 2 p.m. presentation, veterans Joseph Matte and Dan Barry will talk about the missions they flew for a military program code named, […]

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