Archive for May, 2019

Cincinnati Museum Center photograph exhibition celebrates Cincinnatians in World War I

Cincinnati Museum Center photograph exhibition celebrates Cincinnatians in World War I

. May 31, 2019

CINCINNATI – In December 1918, just a month after World War I’s end, the US and Allied Governments War Exposition at Music Hall celebrated the Allied victory and the Cincinnatians who served. The Expo featured photographs of area servicemen and women, loaned to the Expo by local families, as well as uniforms, flags and more. […]

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Lecture/Book Signing at the Museum of Flight Presents the New Space Race

Lecture/Book Signing at the Museum of Flight Presents the New Space Race

. May 30, 2019

SEATTLE – On June 1, veteran science and spaceflight writer Leonard David shows there is a new space race to the Moon and it’s a lot more complicated than the old space race, involving multiple nations and corporations with their eyes on everything from scientific research to mining ventures. And the venture may extend to […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum announces Ford’s departure

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum announces Ford’s departure

. May 30, 2019

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum announces John Ford of Easton, Md., will be departing from CBMM this June, after more than 29 years of service at the non-profit. CBMM will be hosting a private reception to honor Ford for his service. “We are very grateful for John’s years of service helping to forward the mission […]

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D-Day Presentation Offers New Look at Normandy Invasion at the Museum of Flight

D-Day Presentation Offers New Look at Normandy Invasion at the Museum of Flight

. May 30, 2019

SEATTLE – For the 75th Anniversary of D-Day comes this fresh perspective on the Normandy Invasion and the following three-month campaign. On June 8, American historian Edward Gordon will deliver a presentation based upon his book with British author David Ramsay, Divided on D-Day. The 2 p.m. program will spotlight the conflicting egos, national rivalries, […]

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THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART INVITES 300 ORGANIZATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN HISTORIC SURVEY

THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART INVITES 300 ORGANIZATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN HISTORIC SURVEY

. May 30, 2019

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) today announced it is relaunching its ambitious 1937 citywide survey to find out how the museum can best serve the interests of Baltimore’s communities. Titled Make It Now, the updated survey asks 300 organizations—including schools and civic, social, and religious groups—to tell the BMA what they […]

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