Harvard Museum of Natural History Appoints Interim Executive Director & Launches National Search

The Harvard Museum of Natural History (HMNH) today has named as interim executive director David W. Ellis. Ellis is the former president of Lafayette College and the Museum of Science, Boston. He will temporarily replace Elisabeth Werby, who is slated to become chief of staff to the president of Northeastern University. The museum will conduct […]

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Courtauld Gallery Opens Life, Legend, Landscape: Victorian Drawings and Watercolours

Courtauld Gallery Opens Life, Legend, Landscape: Victorian Drawings and Watercolours

The Courtauld Gallery presents Life, Legend, Landscape: Victorian Drawings and Watercolours on view through 15 May 2011. Lost from view for many years and recently presented to The Courtauld Gallery, The Old Farm Garden by Frederick Walker (1840-1875), sets the scene for a wide-ranging exploration of Victorian drawings and watercolours. The exhibition is the first […]

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Smithsonian National Museum of American History to Auction Coins

In January 2012, Heritage Auctions will host a special auction at the Florida United Numismatist (FUN) Convention aimed at establishing a $1 million endowment for the renowned National Numismatic Collection, considered one of the finest collections of rare U.S. coins in existence. The collection is housed at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in […]

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WIELS Contemporary Art Centre Presents David Claerbout The Time that Remains

WIELS Contemporary Art Centre Presents David Claerbout The Time that Remains

WIELS Contemporary Art Centre presents David Claerbout The Time that Remains open through 15 May 2011. In this first major survey of David Claerbout’s work in Belgium, the development of the artist’s practice is traced across both thematic and chronological lines. Although he originally trained as a painter, the Belgian artist has made a name […]

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