May, 2010

Teacher Week at the Erie Art Museum

The Erie Art Museum is gearing up for Teacher Week, July 19-23, 9:30 a.m.- 3 p.m. Open to teachers of all age levels and disciplines, this week immerses you in the ‘behind the scenes’ work of the Erie Art Museum. Participants can choose to work with Museum staff and write exhibit text, do research, help […]

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Nasher Sculpture Center Presents First Museum Retrospective of Rachel Whiteread Drawings

Nasher Sculpture Center Presents First Museum Retrospective of Rachel Whiteread Drawings

DALLAS, Texas – The Nasher Sculpture Center presents the first museum retrospective of drawings by contemporary British artist Rachel Whiteread. Featuring over 125 drawings and collages selected from the artist’s studio, as well as from leading public and private collections in Europe and the United States, the exhibition brings to the fore a rarely seen […]

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Tiffany: Color and Light at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Color and light. Dazzling designs. Windows, wisteria and watercolors The most important exhibition in decades devoted to Louis Comfort Tiffany’s opulent creations in glass will open on May 29 at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Richmond is the only U.S. stop for “Tiffany: Color and Light,” which will continue until August 15. The exhibition […]

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The Heckscher at 90: Then and Now Anniversary Exhibition

As part of its 90th anniversary celebration, The Heckscher Museum of Art presents The Heckscher at 90: Then and Now, featuring favorite works from the Permanent Collection and new acquisitions. From its founding in 1920, with a gift of more than a hundred works from the industrialist and real estate magnate August Heckscher, the Museum’s […]

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