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Ponstingl: Dreams of Past Futures On View at the Michener

Ponstingl: Dreams of Past Futures On View at the Michener

. December 19, 2019

Beginning January 25, the Michener Art Museum is excited to present the fantastical exhibition Ponstingl: Dreams of Past Futures, its first solo exhibition featuring the work of Franz Jozef Ponstingl (1927-2004). While he received little recognition during his lifetime, Ponstingl is best remembered for his technical skill and keen ability to convey futuristic landscapes and […]

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Pysanka: Symbol of Renewal at the Museum of Russian Icons

Pysanka: Symbol of Renewal at the Museum of Russian Icons

. December 18, 2019

Artist Lesia Sochor presents her exhibition Pysanka: Symbol of Renewal, on view March 21 – August 2, 2020. The paintings of Lesia Sochor are narratives told in paint prompted by personal experiences. The Pysanka series evolved from her annual spring ritual of creating intricately decorated Ukrainian eggs known as pysanky. Depicting the symbolic meanings and […]

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Museum of Russian Icons announces Exhibition Opening Atomic Alert!

Museum of Russian Icons announces Exhibition Opening Atomic Alert!

. December 18, 2019

Dust off your best “Mad Men” outfit and join the Museum of Russian Icons for martinis, manhattans, and all things Cold War. Please RSVP by Sunday, March 15, so we know how much Spam to purchase! Thursday, March 19, 6:00-8:00pm Members Free, Nonmembers $15 Museum of Russian Icons 203 Union St. Clinton, MA 01510 978-598-5000 […]

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Author’s Talk and Book Signing The Great Nijinsky: God of Dance by Lynn Curlee at the Museum of Russian Icons

Author’s Talk and Book Signing The Great Nijinsky: God of Dance by Lynn Curlee at the Museum of Russian Icons

. December 18, 2019

Join author and illustrator Lynn Curlee for an inside look at his new book The Great Nijinsky: God of Dance. Lynn will explore how the book came to be made, starting with the original series of paintings done in the 1970s and ending with the process of writing and getting The Great Nijinsky published. The […]

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An icon assessment program provided by the Museum of Russian Icons curatorial staff

An icon assessment program provided by the Museum of Russian Icons curatorial staff

. December 18, 2019

Want to know more about your icon? Bring your objects in for an assessment clinic provided by the members of the Museum’s curatorial team. The assessment includes the approximate age of your icon, where and how it was made, and for what purpose it was made. Find out if your icon is a Church icon […]

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