May, 2010

A-3 Lifeboat Added to the Korean War Exhibit at The National Museum of the United States Air Force

DAYTON, Ohio – The National Museum of the United States Air Force recently added the A-3 lifeboat to the Modern Flight Gallery as part of its renovation to the Korean War exhibit area. The A-3 lifeboat, number 603, helps tell the story of air rescue during the war. Developed in 1947 by the EDO Corp., […]

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Niki Ciccotelli Named Director of Education at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Niki Ciccotelli Named Director of Education at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

BENTONVILLE, Ark., – Niki Ciccotelli has been named director of education at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Ciccotelli, who joined Crystal Bridges in 2008 as head of school programs and has served as interim director of education since January, brings more than 13 years of experience in education and arts programming to a position […]

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Chicago Area Artist Installs Interactive Balloon Exhibit at The Field Museum

Holly Nagel, owner of Twist ‘n’ Shout LLC, a Chicago area custom eventertainment company, will have an interactive balloon installation at The Field Museum on May 22 in honor of Sue’s birthday. Sue, the resident T-Rex, has now been with The Field for 10 years and there’s going to be a big celebration. Among the […]

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Italian Old Master Drawings from the Tobey Collection on View at Metropolitan Museum

Italian Old Master Drawings from the Tobey Collection on View at Metropolitan Museum

An Italian Journey: Drawings from the Tobey Collection, Correggio to Tiepolo presents 72 extraordinary works of the 16th through 18th centuries, from one of the preeminent collections of Italian Old Master drawings in private hands. It features masterpieces by gifted and historically important draftsmen—principally Italian masters but also artists whose careers brought them south of […]

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