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Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants at The Corning Museum of Glass

. January 12, 2010 . 0 Comments

The unexpected variety of medieval glass vessels will be explored in an exhibition of objects for daily use and display at The Corning Museum of Glass beginning on May 15, 2010 and running through January 3, 2011. The exhibition “Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants” will follow the evolution of glass production over 1,000 […]

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Nancy Crow: Crossroads Continuing – New and Recent Quilts at The Fuller Craft Museum

Nancy Crow: Crossroads Continuing – New and Recent Quilts at The Fuller Craft Museum

. January 11, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Fuller Craft Museum announces Nancy Crow: Crossroads Continuing – New and Recent Quilts, from Jan. 30—April 19, 2010. The dazzling art quilts of Nancy Crow, largely considered the founder of the contemporary art quilting movement, have transformed a tradition-bound medium into one of bold improvisation, composition and technical innovation. Nancy Crow, “Constructions #84: No!”. […]

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Seunghye Sun Joins Cleveland Museum of Art as Associate Curator

. January 11, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA), home to one of the world’s preeminent collections of Asian art, announced today the appointment of Seunghye Sun as associate curator of Japanese and Korean art. Sun assumes her duties at the CMA in July 2010. The addition of Sun is made possible by a spendable three-year grant of […]

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Comic Book Exhibition at Northern Illinois University Art Museum

Comic Book Exhibition at Northern Illinois University Art Museum

. January 11, 2010 . 0 Comments

Northern Illinois University Art Museum announces: “Heroes, Villains and the American Zeitgeist; Comic books from the Rare Books and Special Collections Department of the University Libraries”, January 19 through March 13, 2010 at Hall Case Galleries, Altgeld Hall. The exhibition then traces the development through to the Modern Age which encompasses Independent Comics and the […]

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Insects, Feathers, Antlers, Shells, and Bones Given New Life as Unforgettable Works of Arts in Dead or Alive at MAD

. January 11, 2010 . 0 Comments

Works by Damien Hirst, Tim Hawkinson, Jennifer Angus, Nick Cave, Jochem Hendricks, Tessa Farmer, Susie MacMurray and Others On view from April to October 2010 Special Visitor Preview Offers Opportunities to Watch 8 Artists Install Site-Specific Works New York, NY presented by the Museum of Arts and Design from April 27 through October 24, 2010, […]

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