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Erie Art Museum 87th Annual Spring Show

. April 14, 2010

The Erie Art Museum premieres its 87th Annual Spring Show on Saturday, April 24 with a Museum members’ opening preview and reception for the artists from 7-9:30 p.m. in the Museum’s Main Gallery, 411 State Street. This year’s entries included 531 works from 256 artists. Spring Show juror Roger Shimomura accepted 79 works from 71 […]

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Columbia Museum of Art Announces Completion of Dale Chihuly Installation

. April 13, 2010

Contemporaries’ Art Acquisition Fund project marks accomplishment five years in the making COLUMBIA, S.C. – The Contemporaries of the Columbia Museum of Art announce the completed installation of the Dale Chihuly art acquisition chandelier in the museum’s David Wallace Robinson, Jr. Atrium. The installation marks the first of its kind in the state and measures […]

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The Michele & Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts will host the American Watercolor Society 142nd Annual International Exhibition

. April 13, 2010

The Michele & Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts will host the American Watercolor Society 142nd Annual International Exhibition through May 23 at The Michele & Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts. Each year since 1867, the American Watercolor Society (AWS) has hosted a juried exhibition of outstanding watercolors by artist members of the organization. […]

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Sidi El Karchi / Bas de Wit Exhibition at Bonnefantenmuseum

. April 12, 2010

Since the ‘youngsters’ Sidi El Karchi and Bas de Wit successfully completed their studies at the art academy a little less than ten years ago, the museum has been following their progress. That was fairly easy to do, as they both studied in Maastricht and still live and work in the vicinity – apart from […]

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Beyond the Blues: Reflections of African America in the Fine Arts Collection of the Amistad Research Center Presented by the New Orleans Museum of Art

. April 12, 2010

The Amistad Research Center, located on the Tulane University campus, is the nation’s largest independent archive specializing in the history of African Americans and other minority ethnic groups. A lesser known aspect of the Center is its extraordinary collection of fine art dating from the nineteenth century to the present day. Beyond the Blues: Reflections […]

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