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Royal Naval Museum Portsmouth Presents New Found Treasures Exhibition

. July 18, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Royal Naval Museum in Portsmouth, has opened a New Found Treasures exhibition, a special exhibition of newly commissioned works by nine artists inspired from the collections held in the museum are to be displayed among previously unseen works “found” in the collections. The exhibition runs from 6th July to 30th December 2011 and is […]

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Power Plant Seeks New Director

Power Plant Seeks New Director

. July 18, 2011 . 0 Comments

Leading The Power Plant is an exciting and high-profile position with one of Canada’s finest arts institutions, with high visibility globally. The gallery is seeking a Director who will lead this dynamic and innovative public gallery in the heart of Toronto, a city of great cultural richness and diversity. The ideal candidate will have a […]

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Science Museum of Minnesota Seeds Aboard Last Space Shuttle Atlantis

. July 18, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Science Museum of Minnesota has some Tobacco seeds on board the Space Shuttle during it’s last mission. The seeds will be studied at the museum when they are returned after the shuttle returns to earth. The seeds are from the museum’s ethnobotany collection. The priorities of the Ethnobotany project are stabilizing, revitalizing, and curating […]

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Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Archive on Google Earth

Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Archive on Google Earth

. July 18, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Archive is a pluralistic digital archive using the digital virtual globe “Google Earth to display on it in a multilayered way all the materials gained from such sources as the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, the Hiroshima Jogakuin Gaines Association, and the Hachioji Hibakusha (A-bomb Survivors) Association. Image Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Archive […]

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Toledo Museum of Art Closing Frank Stella: Irregular Polygons! Exhibition on July 24

. July 18, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Toledo Museum of Art announce one week remains to see Frank Stella: Irregular Polygons! Since its opening last spring, this powerful exhibition has received praise from visitors from coast to coast. “If ever a group of paintings embodied the truism that seeing authentic artworks in the flesh is far more powerful than seeing them […]

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