April, 2010

Palladio and His Legacy: Architectural Drawings by Andrea Palladio Go on View at The Morgan Library & Museum

Palladio and His Legacy: Architectural Drawings by Andrea Palladio Go on View at The Morgan Library & Museum

New York, NY, – Andrea Palladio (1508–1580) is considered among the most significant and influential architects in the Western world. His clean, elegant interpretation of the architecture of classical antiquity was to spread throughout Europe and North America, and his finished buildings, drawings, and writings have become cultural touchstones. Now, for the first time in […]

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Natural History Museum Butterfly Explorers Exhibition

London’s Natural History Museum’s “Butterfly Explorers” exhibition opens Apr 8 through Sep 26 2010, featuring examples of butterflies from all over the world offering visitors the chance to learn how they live in different climates. Four different habitat zones will be represented in the Butterfly Explorers display: South America, North America, Asia and Africa. Visitors […]

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Antiques Roadshow to Feature Heard Museum Collection

Viewers of the popular PBS television series “Antiques Roadshow” will get a special treat during the final Phoenix episode on Monday, May 3 at 8 p.m. with a special segment showcasing three pieces from the Heard Museum’s collection of more than 2,550 American Indian baskets. “Roadshow” host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Natalie Linn will […]

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Art from the New World at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Art from the New World at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Corey Helford Gallery, LA and Bristol’s City Museum & Art Gallery present Art From The New World– a big brash exhibition of the new American art scene. Open 1 May – Sunday 22 August The exhibition features a collection of 47 new works by a diverse range of some of the finest emerging and noted […]

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The International Slavery Museum at Liverpool Passes Millionth Visitor Mark

The International Slavery Museum at Liverpool Passes Millionth Visitor Mark

The International Slavery Museum, situated on the third floor of the Merseyside Maritime Museum, in Liverpool, opened in 2007 and looks at aspects of historical and contemporary slavery. It had been receiving more than 350,000 visitors a year and hit the millionth mark this week. Richard Benjamin, Head of the International Slavery Museum, said: “We’re […]

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