Daily Archives: September 15, 2010

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British Library Acquires Olwyn Hughes Archive

The British Library has acquired a significant collection of letters sent by Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath to Olwyn Hughes, Ted Hughes’ sister Announced at the sixth International Ted Hughes Conference at Pembroke College, Cambridge, […]

Wenatchee Valley Museum to Hold Fruit Label Swap

As part of downtown Wenatchee’s Taste of the Harvest Festival, the Wenatchee Valley Museum will again host a Fruit Label Swap Meet on Saturday, September 18. All are welcome to buy, sell, trade or just […]

MoMA Opens Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) presents Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen, an exhibition that examines the kitchen and its continual redesign as a barometer of changing ideologies and technologies, and explores the […]

Boise Art Museum to Present Stephen Knapp: Light Paintings

The Boise Art Museum will present Stephen Knapp: Light Paintings, October 9, 2010 – April 17, 2011. Deriving inspiration from his studies of light, color, dimension, space and perception, artist Stephen Knapp will create an […]

Museum of Tolerance International Film Festival

The first Museum of Tolerance International Film Festival will be held Nov. 13-18 in Los Angeles, with Clint Eastwood to receive the top honor, the museum announced ton Tuesday. Flms from around the world that […]

Israel Museum Welcomes Over 138,000 Visitors in Opening Month

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem announced that since reopening on July 26, it welcomed more than 138,000 visitors to its renewed campus, in the first month. The transformed Museum features new galleries, orientation facilities, and public […]

Nancy Holt to Exhibit Early Work at Wallach Art Gallery

Columbia University’s Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery opens its exhibition season with Nancy Holt: Sightlines, a thematic exhibition offering an in-depth look at the early projects of this important American artist whose pioneering […]