October, 2010

Museum Het Domein Sittard Presents Mel Chin Disputed Territories

Museum Het Domein Sittard Presents presents Mel Chin Disputed Territories, open through 12 December 2010. For roughly 35 years, Mel Chin (Houston, Texas, 1951) has been developing a unique, socially engaged and self-willed body of work in which cultural diversity and global solidarity play an important role. In Europe, his work has not received the […]

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Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) Acquires Record Ten Works at Art Toronto 2010

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) Acquires Record Ten Works at Art Toronto 2010

Ten works by four contemporary Canadian artists will be joining the collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario after an evening of important acquisitions at the annual art fair’s Opening Night Preview. Four works by Kingston-based artist Mike Bayne, four works by Montreal-based artist Adad Hannah, and a work each from Toronto-based An Te Liu […]

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Masterpieces from the World’s Museums in the Hermitage

On 26 October, 2010 a new exhibition Titian. The Virgin and Child with Saint Catherine (The Madonna with a Rabbit) from the Musée du Louvre, Paris from the cycle Masterpieces from the World’s Museums in the Hermitage was opened in the New Hermitage (Room 233, Italian Cabinets) and once again it proved strength of bonds […]

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National Museum of the Marine Corps Presents In Plane View

National Museum of the Marine Corps Presents In Plane View

Elegance of Aircraft Design Featured in Traveling Smithsonian Photography Exhibition “In Plane View,” an exhibition of 56 large-format photographs by Carolyn Russo showcasing the aesthetic quality of some of the National Air and Space Museum’s iconic aircraft, will be on display October 15, 2010 through January 13, 2011 at the National Museum of the Marine […]

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Mingei International Museum Presents Symposium on Mexican History

Mingei International Museum Presents Symposium on Mexican History

Mingei International Museum and the Mexican Consulate in San Diego will present a premiere symposium on Mexican history, on Saturday, November 6, 2010, from 10 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. at the Museum in Balboa Park. Featuring esteemed scholars from both Mexico and the U.S., the symposium is presented in celebration of the Bicentennial of Mexican […]

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Stepping Stones Museum for Children Re-opening

The Stepping Stones Museum for Children is planned to re-open on Nov. 20. Now in the final phase of the museum’s expansion project which will provide more space, more learning and more fun. Stepping Stones is launching the Count me in! Community Campaign in an effort to raise $2 million. Reopening festivities will begin at […]

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Denver Museum of Nature & Science to Begin Excavation  of Snowmass Mammoth Site

Denver Museum of Nature & Science to Begin Excavation of Snowmass Mammoth Site

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science will begin excavation of a significant Columbian mammoth fossil site near Snowmass Village on Tuesday, November 2, after reaching a written agreement today with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District for the donation of the fossils. Several additional mammoths and a mastodon tooth have been uncovered by work […]

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Keswick Museum and Art Gallery Launches Appeal

The appeal was launched on 30 October 2010. In October 2008 Keswick Museum and Art Gallery received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to carry out some enhancements to the museum. The museum is now on the final leg of the journey but still needs to obtain £137,000 of matched funding before the project can […]

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Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo Presents Tokyo Art Meeting Transformation

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo Presents Tokyo Art Meeting Transformation

The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo presents Tokyo Art Meeting Transformation, open 29 October 2010 – 30 January 2011. This exhibition investigates “transformation” from human being into something non-human—be it animal, machine, or imaginary creature. It also poses questions about the nature of humanity in the modern world. Since the 1990s, with the development of […]

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