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The New Orleans Museum of Art Presents Cuban-Themed Exhibitions

. December 27, 2009 . 0 Comments

The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) is proud to participate in “¡Sí Cuba!” a major citywide presentation of arts, music, and culture related to Cuba taking place in New Orleans January through April 2010. ¡Sí Cuba! is a collaborative venture between museums, universities, galleries, and other arts organizations in New Orleans, co-organized by NOMA, […]

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Seattle Asian Art Museum Presents Recent Acquisitions

. December 27, 2009 . 0 Comments

Through November 28, 2010, the Seattle Asian Art Museum (SAAM) is featuring two, distinct exhibitions that highlight recent additions to the museum’s permanent collections of art from across Asia. “The New Old and The New New” bring together nearly 40 works acquired since 2002, showcasing paintings, calligraphy, sculpture and more from 1629 to the present. […]

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Cintas Foundation Program at FIU Frost Art Museum Announces 2010 Competition for Coveted Visual Arts Fellowship

. December 27, 2009 . 0 Comments

The Cintas Foundation and The Frost Art Museum at Florida International University (FIU) announced today the start of the annual competition for the 2010 Cintas Foundation Fellowship in the Visual Arts administered by the Foundation and the Cintas Fellowship Program at The Frost. The only one of its kind in the nation, the program has […]

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Dan Perjovschi: Late News at the Royal Ontario Museum

Dan Perjovschi: Late News at the Royal Ontario Museum

. December 25, 2009 . 0 Comments

Provocative artist brings his social commentary to the ROM. Watch the artist at work from February 13 to 22 only The Institute for Contemporary Culture (ICC) at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) presents the new art installation, Dan Perjovschi: Late News, beginning on February 22, 2010. Distinguished in the world of contemporary art, Dan Perjovschi […]

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The Flushing Remonstrance to be Exhibited at the New York State Museum

. December 25, 2009 . 0 Comments

The Flushing Remonstrance, the earliest known document in America arguing for religious freedom, will be on exhibit at the New York State Museum on Sunday, December 27 to commemorate the anniversary of its signing more than 350 years ago. Dated December 27, 1657, the Remonstrance is considered by historians to be the precursor of the […]

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Van Gogh Museum Concludes 2009 Successfully with 1.45 Million Visitors

Van Gogh Museum Concludes 2009 Successfully with 1.45 Million Visitors

. December 24, 2009 . 0 Comments

The Van Gogh Museum welcomed almost 1,450,000 visitors in 2009. This positive result is credited in part to the exhibitions Van Gogh and the colours of the night and Van Gogh’s letters: The artist speaks (which runs through 3 January 2010). The former exhibition is part of the Letters project launched in October, which attracted […]

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Claremont Museum of Art to Discontinue Operation in The Packing House

. December 23, 2009 . 0 Comments

On December 21, the Claremont Museum of Art Board of Directors voted to discontinue operation of the Museum in The Packing House and place the permanent collection in a secure storage facility. The board will continue working to rejuvenate the Claremont Museum of Art in the next few years as the economy improves. The Museum […]

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