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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBBM) lines up five bands for July 23 Chesapeake Folk Festival

. July 14, 2011 . 0 Comments

From 10am to 5:30pm on Saturday, July 23, five bands will rock the waterfront campus of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum during its 4th annual Chesapeake Folk Festival in St. Michaels, MD. With music played from the museum’s Tolchester Beach Bandstand and ranging from honky-tonk, gospel, Latino, country and bluegrass, the Chesapeake Folk Festival will […]

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Ohio Craft Museum Opens National Treasures Art in the Making and Boxes and Their Makers Exhibitions

. July 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

From July 10 through August 21, the Ohio Craft Museum will present two exhibitions that showcase wood in a variety of forms. “National Treasures: Art in the Making,” organized by Historical Woods of America (HWA) in Virginia, features objects by over 20 artists who created their work using wood reclaimed from historic sites, including Mt. […]

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Director of Tate Liverpool Dr. Christoph Grunenberg Moving to Kunsthalle Bremen

Director of Tate Liverpool Dr. Christoph Grunenberg Moving to Kunsthalle Bremen

. July 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

Tate announced today that Christoph Grunenberg, Director of Tate Liverpool, has been appointed Director of the Kunsthalle Bremen in Germany. Christoph leaves Tate after a decade as Director of Tate Liverpool. He has made a critical contribution to the cultural regeneration of Liverpool and the city’s extraordinarily successful year as European Capital Culture of Culture […]

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Alexander Calder Horizontal permanently installed in front of Centre Pompidou

Alexander Calder Horizontal permanently installed in front of Centre Pompidou

. July 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

New York – The Calder Foundation is pleased to announce the permanent installation of Calder’s 1974 monumental standing mobile Horizontal in front of the Centre Pompidou’s iconic façade. The placement of the sculpture on the museum’s beloved plaza was determined in accordance with architect Renzo Piano. The 8-meter sculpture, which had been in storage following […]

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Bakken Museum Green Energy Art Garden

. July 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Bakken Museum and Forecast Public Art have formed a partnership to create a Green Energy Art Garden on the museum’s rooftop terrace. Four projects developed by seven local artists were selected and have begun development of the outdoor gallery that will showcase seasonal works of art that display the electrical power potential in sun, […]

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