March, 2010

Titanic Museum Will Open in Pigeon Forge

Cast members from the Nashville production of “Titanic the Musical” will perform at the Grand Opening of the new Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge on April 8, 2010. The weekend-long Titanic Museum Attraction Grand Opening Celebration, hosted by Regis Philbin, will also feature a free concert by country music legend Neal McCoy. The event, […]

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Dallas Museum of Art, Innovative Audience Research Has Deep Ramifications for Museum Field

DALLAS, – A groundbreaking, seven-year study that provides unprecedented understanding of the preferences and behaviors of museum visitors has been released by the Dallas Museum of Art. The study and its findings have catalyzed fundamental changes in all aspects of the DMA’s practices and programs—from exhibition and programming development to new marketing strategies and interpretation […]

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Yang Yongliang Photographs at the Nevada Museum of Art

Upon first glance, Yang Yongliang’s photographs appear as dreamlike Chinese paintings, not unlike those he studied extensively as a student of traditional art at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. However, upon closer inspection, one finds that his works are cleverly crafted from digital photographs of China’s bustling cities, and then manipulated into haunting imaginary […]

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Conservation and Photography Come Together at The Burke Museum

Conservation and Photography Come Together at The Burke Museum

Seattle – For the first time, the Burke Museum will present the winners of the 2010 International Conservation Photography Awards (ICP Awards) this summer in an exhibit of more than 75 images. Photographers from around the world were invited to submit conservation-themed photographs in the following categories: Landscape, Flora, Wildlife, Underwater, Environment at Risk, and […]

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Two New Exhibits: Changing Earth and Electricity at The Franklin Institute

The Franklin Institute, Pennsylvania’s most visited museum, will launch two new continuing exhibits on Saturday, March, 27. These two complementary, highly interactive exhibits Changing Earth and Electricity were developed in tandem by The Franklin Institute’s own exhibit team – a process three years in the making. Together they will help visitors explore the interconnected nature […]

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Women of the Chrysler: A 400-Year Celebration of the Arts Exhibition

Women of the Chrysler: A 400-Year Celebration of the Arts Exhibition

This spring, as the Commonwealth of Virginia celebrates the role of women in the arts through the statewide initiative, MINDS WIDE OPEN, the Chrysler Museum does the same with Women of the Chrysler: A 400-Year Celebration of the Arts, an extraordinary new exhibition dedicated to the works of women artists – all of them drawn […]

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Vatican Splendors: A Journey through Faith and Art at The St. Louis Historical Museum

Vatican Splendors: A Journey through Faith and Art at The St. Louis Historical Museum

One of the largest collections of art, documents and historically significant objects from the Vatican ever to tour North America is coming to the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis for a limited engagement, open through September 12, 2010. “Vatican Splendors: A Journey through Faith and Art” will present unique objects illustrating the Vatican’s impact […]

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