August, 2010

Huge Cultural Treasure Unveiled at the Canadian Museum of Civilization

Gatineau, Quebec – The Canadian Museum of Civilization is proud to unveil and place on permanent display, a magnificent artistic mural depicting the growth of Canada. The huge mural was donated to the Museum of Civilization in January 2009 by Holcim (Canada) Inc., formerly St. Lawrence Cement. Measuring more than 15 metres tall, the mural […]

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Discover America’s Roots In Charles Deas Retrospective at the Denver Art Museum

Discover America’s Roots In Charles Deas Retrospective at the Denver Art Museum

Denver, Colo – The Denver Art Museum (DAM) presents Charles Deas and 1840s America, the first retrospective of the decade-long career of Western American painter Charles Deas. Organized by the DAM and guest curator Carol Clark, Professor of Art History and American Studies at Amherst College, this landmark exhibition and accompanying catalogue will reconstruct the […]

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Royal Automobile Museum Honors Soldiers with Special Needs

Under the Patronage of HRH Prince Mir’ed bin Raad, Chairman of the Hashemite Charity Society for Soldiers with Special Needs (HCSSSN), the Royal Automobile Museum (RAM) held a charity Iftar banquet for soldiers with special needs on August 21 within its charity program “Mishwar Al-Khair”. Through its Mishwar Al-Khair drive, RAM aims at playing a […]

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Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) Acquires Painting by John Everett Millais

Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) Acquires Painting by John Everett Millais

The Winnipeg Art Gallery announce the acquisition through gift of one of the finest paintings created by Sir John Everett Millais, a leading 19th century British artist. The large canvas entitled, Afternoon Tea (or The Gossips), and dating to 1889, was donated by the Honourable Douglas Everett of Winnipeg and his family in memory of […]

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