Archive for October, 2018

David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University Presents “Danny Lyon: The Only Thing I Saw Worth Leaving”

David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University Presents “Danny Lyon: The Only Thing I Saw Worth Leaving”

. October 19, 2018

The David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University is presenting a special exhibition of more than 100 photographs by Danny Lyon (b. 1942) drawn from the Gallery’s collection and four films on loan from the artist. Danny Lyon: The Only Thing I Saw Worth Leaving complements the Brown Arts Initiative’s “On Protest, Art & Activism” […]

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Participants invited to help loft 1912 river tug Delaware at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Participants invited to help loft 1912 river tug Delaware at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

. October 18, 2018

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., is offering two chances to get involved with its restoration of Delaware this December. From 10am–4pm Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1–2 and Dec. 8–9, participants are invited to join Shipyard Programs Manager Jenn Kuhn in lofting the 1912 river tug. Guests can take part in one […]

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Mississippi Museum of Art to Debut New Work by Jeffrey Gibson

Mississippi Museum of Art to Debut New Work by Jeffrey Gibson

. October 17, 2018

The Mississippi Museum of Art’s Center for Art & Public Exchange (CAPE) is pleased to debut the results of a summer 2018 residency with New York-based contemporary artist Jeffrey Gibson, who is currently featured in the Museum’s exhibition Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer. An in-process edit of Gibson’s new video artwork, titled WonderLust, will be […]

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The Museum of Flight Becomes The Museum of Fright

The Museum of Flight Becomes The Museum of Fright

. October 17, 2018

SEATTLE – Oct. 28 is the time for kids to trick or treat through the Museum of Fright, when each gallery of aviation or space becomes a spooky Halloween place. The Aviation Learning Center will be transformed into Frankenstein’s Lab, the always mysterious Blackbird spyplane will loom over an obstacle course, while the Personal Courage […]

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Dinosaur specimen collected by Cincinnati Museum Center examined by paleontologists

Dinosaur specimen collected by Cincinnati Museum Center examined by paleontologists

. October 11, 2018

CINCINNATI – A collection of paleontologists from around the world recently published the results of their research shedding light on the development of one of the largest dinosaurs. The research paper, published in Scientific Reports, examined a specimen from the collections of Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC). This small skull is from a sauropod (long-necked herbivorous […]

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