Daily Archives: December 14, 2010

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Etruria Industrial Museum Facing Axe

The Etruria Industrial Museum in Stoke-on-Trent is facing the axe due to government cuts. An online petition has been set up to try to save the museum. Etruria Industrial Museum is the last steam-powered potters’ […]

Worcester Art Museum Presents Goya and the Bullfight

The Worcester Art Museum presents Goya and the Bullfight, open December 18, 2010 – April 17, 2011. From the onset of the nineteenth century until his death in 1828, Francisco Goya presented the subject of […]

National Media Museum Announces Tron: Legacy Launch Night

On Thursday 16 December, the National Media Museum will be celebrating Disney’s latest adventure in 3D with a Tron-tastic launch night and an exclusive midnight screening. There’ll be two new additions to the museum’s Games […]

The Museum of Civilization Presents The Horse

The Museum of Civilization presents The Horse on view through January 2, 2011. For thousands of years, we have interacted with horses in many ways, creating hundreds of specialized breeds. Horses, in turn, have shaped […]

Museum of Aviation Receives F-100D Aircraft

The Museum of Aviation has received an F-100D aircraft with the tail number 56-2995. Major General Rick Goddard who flew 995 on 180 of his 226 combat missions during the Vietnam War, watched the arrival […]

Fundacion Botin Presents Mona Hatoum Le Grand Monde

The Fundacion Botin presents Mona Hatoum Le Grand Monde, on view through 9 January 2011. After her stay in Villa Iris, where she led an international workshop in July, the Foundation organizes Booty autumn Le […]