Archive for January, 2018

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Boat Buying Lecture

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Boat Buying Lecture

. January 12, 2018

Join Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Charity Boat Donation Program Director Todd Taylor on Wednesday, March 7, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. for a Q&A session on the most important things to look for when buying a boat. This Boat Shopping 101 session takes place in CBMM’s boatshop and is ideal for first-time boat buyers or […]

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BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART ILLUMINATES LOBBY OF HISTORIC BUILDING WITH MOON DUST (APOLLO 17)  BY ACCLAIMED AMERICAN ARTIST SPENCER FINCH

BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART ILLUMINATES LOBBY OF HISTORIC BUILDING WITH MOON DUST (APOLLO 17) BY ACCLAIMED AMERICAN ARTIST SPENCER FINCH

. January 11, 2018

Dramatic light work created for 2009 Venice Biennale will be on view for seven years BALTIMORE, MD (January 10, 2018)—The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) is transforming Fox Court, the stately columned lobby in the 1929 building designed by John Russell Pope, for the next seven years with an extraordinary light work by acclaimed artist […]

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San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Announce Chris Eckert: Privacy Not Included Exhibition

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Announce Chris Eckert: Privacy Not Included Exhibition

. January 11, 2018

Silicon Valley-based artist Chris Eckert uses technology and machinery — a media that is often thought of as cold and impersonal — as a vehicle for exploration and introspection. In his solo exhibition Chris Eckert: Privacy Not Included, Eckert will present sculptures that investigate the physicality of the body, systems, and surveillance. February 24 – […]

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San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Announce Printstallations Exhibition

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Announce Printstallations Exhibition

. January 10, 2018

Printstallations presents the monumental sized works of print-based artists. The practice of printmaking is understood as the tedious and laborious work of art on paper. It is a form of art making that has a direct relationship to mass culture, and allows the artist to make serial or repeatable works. Artists today, however, are playing […]

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Zachary Haroth joins Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Zachary Haroth joins Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

. January 10, 2018

Zachary Haroth of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., has joined the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum as a shipwright’s apprentice. Haroth comes to CBMM following a year of study at the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building in Port Townsend, Wash. He also holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in sculpture from the State University of New York […]

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