Archive for September, 2017

Repointing completed on the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museums Dodson House

Repointing completed on the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museums Dodson House

. September 11, 2017

As part of its commitment to future growth, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum recently contracted D.W. Masonry of Denton, Md., to repoint the brickwork of its 1800s Dodson House. The current home of CBMM’s administrative offices, Dodson House was built sometime between 1851 and 1861 for the Dyott family. When Richard S. Dodson acquired the […]

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Contemporary Arts Center CAC is Transforming the Lobby and adding the Library of Love

Contemporary Arts Center CAC is Transforming the Lobby and adding the Library of Love

. September 11, 2017

CINCINNATI – It’s not just about gallery art, we’re creating a holistic experience at the CAC – with the help of artists. This October, world renowned Brazilian artist, Sandra Cinto is creating a landscape of waves and clouds that span both our Kaplan Hall lobby and lower level Lobby Lounge, turning static spaces into a […]

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Museum of Flight Boeing 737 Lecture and Book Signing

Museum of Flight Boeing 737 Lecture and Book Signing

. September 9, 2017

Author Capt. Dan Dornseif talks about “The World’s Jetliner” SEATTLE – On Sept. 16 the Museum hosts a lecture and book signing with Capt. Dan Dornseif, author of the new Boeing 737 – The World’s Jetliner. The book provides an in-depth look into the story of this extremely significant jetliner and the environment that has […]

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Frist Center Presents Nick Cave’s Soundsuits, Installations, Video, and More in Dynamic Survey Exhibition

Frist Center Presents Nick Cave’s Soundsuits, Installations, Video, and More in Dynamic Survey Exhibition

. September 8, 2017

Chicago-based artist Nick Cave (b. 1959) creates works at the intersection of sculpture, dance, and fashion, reflecting his experience as a trained visual artist who studied with Alvin Ailey Dance Theater and a professor of fashion design at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is best known for his elaborate “soundsuits,” human-shaped […]

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Restoration of Union Terminal update – September 2017

Restoration of Union Terminal update – September 2017

. September 8, 2017

As the changing of leaves signal the arrival of cooler fall air, work continues on Union Terminal’s iconic fountain and plaza area and masons are beginning work in the rear of the building, including over the train tracks that pass underneath the building. Mechanical engineers are working to connect five new boilers and 23 air […]

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