February, 2018

Duke Energy Children’s Museum to reopen in May

Duke Energy Children’s Museum to reopen in May

CINCINNATI – After a temporary closure, the Duke Energy Children’s Museum at Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) will reopen May 4, 2018. The Children’s Museum temporarily closed in November 2017 to accommodate construction activity on the mezzanine level as part of the effort to restore Union Terminal . Initially, CMC had intended to keep the Children’s […]

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Winter brings progress to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Edna Lockwood restoration

Winter brings progress to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Edna Lockwood restoration

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Shipyard Manager Michael Gorman reports much work has been done over the winter on the log-hull restoration of Edna E. Lockwood. Queen of CBMM’s historic fleet of Chesapeake boats and a registered National Historic Landmark, the 1889 log-bottom bugeye is the last of her kind and set for re-launch at CBMM’s […]

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Museum of Flight Announces New Flight Training and University Scholarships

Museum of Flight Announces New Flight Training and University Scholarships

SEATTLE – The Museum of Flight’s Boeing Academy for STEM Learning proudly announced it will award scholarships in pilot flight training and college education for high school age students. The Museum will offer college scholarships for up to $29,500 annually for four years, and flight training scholarships for up to $10,000. The Museum’s Vice President […]

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PAULA HAYES NAMED THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART’S FIRST LANDSCAPE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

PAULA HAYES NAMED THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART’S FIRST LANDSCAPE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) today announced it has named visual artist and landscape designer Paula Hayes as its first Landscape Artist in Residence. In this role, Hayes will develop the overall creative direction of the museum’s physical environment for the next two years, reengaging audiences with the institution’s landscape through […]

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