Daily Archives: September 16, 2010

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Saint Louis Art Museum Receives Major Gift from Danforth Family

Carolyn Danforth donates nearly 300 objects from Donald Danforth Jr.’s American Indian collection The Danforth Foundation donates $2 million to support collection The Saint Louis Art Museum announced that Carolyn Danforth has initiated a series […]

British Library Opens New Learning Centre

The British Library today opens its newly refurbished and expanded Learning Centre. Funded entirely through private donations, the Harry M Weinrebe Learning Centre will offer pupils and teachers cutting-edge facilities to support digital literacy skills […]

New Harbor History Museum Grand Opening

The Harbor History Museum, (formerly the Gig Harbor Peninsula History Museum) will host a Grand Opening on Grand Opening September 18, at 2010 9:30 AM. At the new museum you will find top-rate exhibitions, larger […]

Crystal Bridges Museum Hires Deputy Director

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announced today that Rod Bigelow will join its senior management team as deputy director, operations and administration, effective October 1. Bigelow has most recently served as interim executive director […]

Crystal Bridges Appoints Food and Beverage Director

BENTONVILLE, Ark., – Well-known northwest Arkansas restaurateur and Food Editor of CitiScapes Metro Monthly is joining Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Case Dighero of Fayetteville, Ark., has been hired as the Museum’s food and […]

Centre Pompidou Presents Gabriel Orozco Exhibition

This outstanding exhibition is Gabriel Orozco’s first at the Centre Pompidou, and the first opportunity to see his work in Paris since his exhibition “Clinton is Innocent” at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville […]

Marlon Blackwell to Design Crystal Bridges Museum Store

The retail experience at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art will be shaped by local hardwoods, local craftsmen and an award-winning local architect, Marlon Blackwell. Blackwell’s design proposal for the Museum Store interior centers on […]

Miami Museum Park Sees First Signs of Development

MIAMI – Following years of planning and widespread anticipation surrounding the transformation of Miami’s Bicentennial Park into a new Museum Park, work crews have begun an environmental remediation process that will prepare eight acres of […]