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New Exhibition Hall Devoted to Human Origins Opens at The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

. March 16, 2010

A new exhibition hall dedicated to the discovery and understanding of human origins opens March 17 at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. Based on decades of cutting-edge research by Smithsonian scientists, the David H. Koch (pronounced “coke”) Hall of Human Origins will open to the public in a special preview from noon to […]

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Roy Rogers Museum Sale

. March 16, 2010

Following on the heals of the spectacular January 2010 High Noon Auction of the first installment of the contents of the Roy Rogers Museum, will be the final two sales from these true American heroes and icons. Coming in June and July—the final two opportunities to own a piece of this rich legacy in two […]

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Smithsonian’s National Numismatic Collection Presents Traveling Exhibition “Good as Gold—America’s Double Eagles”

. March 16, 2010

The National Museum of American History is taking numismatic treasures out of Washington, D.C., and into communities across the United States with a new traveling display “Good as Gold—America’s Double Eagles.” The exhibition tells the story of the evolution of the $20 gold coin, the largest coin to circulate in the United States. “Good as […]

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The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Presents Anish Kapoor

. March 16, 2010

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is delighted to present the first large-scale solo exhibition in Spain dedicated to the work of Anish Kapoor. Over the past thirty years, Kapoor has gained international acclaim as one of the most influential and significant artists of his generation. His exploration of form and space and his use of color […]

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Pysanky Egg Workshop at The Erie Art Museum

. March 16, 2010

The Erie Art Museum will host a Pysanky Egg workshop in conjunction with the exhibit Making It Better: Folk Arts in Pennsylvania Today. Pysanky is an ancient method that uses wax to create intricate dye patterns. It has been a tradition in many Eastern European families for generations. Some see the egg as a symbol […]

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