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SPLASH: IAIA 2010 BFA Exhibition

. February 28, 2010

Open March 5, 2010 through May 13, 2010 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm This exhibit highlights the work of students receiving their bachelor of fine arts degrees from IAIA, including: Kit Julianto Sarah Ferber Toneh Chuleewah Amber Johnson Dwayne Manuel Elizabeth Smith Joanne Morales Meghan Begay Taylor Hurley Natasha Wagner Sherry Farrell Racette, a 2009-2010 […]

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P. H. Polk Photographs Capture Ordinary to Extraordinary in Tuskegee

. February 27, 2010

To Make a Picture: The Photography of P. H. Polk from the Paul R. Jones Collection, on exhibit at the Birmingham Museum of Art open through May 23, explores the life’s work of Prentice Herman (P. H.) Polk (1898-1985). Polk was a Bessemer, Alabama native who became one of the most important African-American photographers of […]

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Consider the Lilies Exhibition at the McManus Art Gallery and Museum

. February 27, 2010

‘Consider the lilies’ – to celebrate the opening of the new McManus Art Gallery and Museum this showcase of around 50 Scottish masterpieces from 1910 – 1980 will open to the public on the Official Opening Day – 28th February 2010. Most of the leading artists of the period are featured, including Edward Baird, John […]

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Erie Art Museum Presents Ethnic Heritage Ensemble in Concert

. February 27, 2010

The Erie Art Museum Contemporary Music Series presents a special concert of the Ethnic Heritage Ensemble on Wednesday March 3, 2010 at 8 p.m. at the Erie Art Museum in the second floor annex. After 35 years, the Ethnic Heritage Ensemble is still serving their special brand of 21st century Griot music to people worldwide. […]

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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Presents Modeling Devotion: Terracotta Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Presents Modeling Devotion: Terracotta Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance

. February 26, 2010

Open through May 23, 2010 • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston Organized by Alan Chong, William and Lia Poorvu Curator of the Collection, and Valentine Talland, Senior Objects Conservator BOSTON, MA – In Italy during the Renaissance (around 1400 to 1600), an innovative form of sculpture was developed using fine clay that was shaped and […]

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