January, 2011

Ferndale Museum Earthquake Research

Renown HSU geophysicist & head of Humboldt Earthquake Information Center, Lori Dengler will present new research on Saturday, February 5 · 12:00pm – 3:00pm. Recommended reading: Simon Winchester’s “A Crack in the Edge of the World: America & the Great California Earthquake of 1906.” There is NO CHARGE for this event. The purpose of the […]

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Ayala Museum Presents Face to Face Portraiture in a Digital Age

Ayala Museum Presents Face to Face Portraiture in a Digital Age

The Ayala Museum presents Face to Face Portraiture in a Digital Age on view through February 20, 2011. Featuring works by 14 Australian artists who utilize a range of media including digital photography, video and interactive installation, Ayala Museum, the Australian Embassy in Manila, Asialink and d/Lux/MediaArts present an exhibition which invites you to explore […]

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National September 11 Memorial & Museum Appoints John Stewart to Board of Directors

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum has appointed “The Daily Show” host John Stewart to it’s board of directors. Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who’s chairman of the board, introduced Stewart to the now 48-member board during its quarterly meeting. Stewart thank the mayor, the board and said he would do whatever he could do to […]

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Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Presents Shimon Attie MetroPAL.IS.

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Presents Shimon Attie MetroPAL.IS.

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum presents Shimon Attie MetroPAL.IS. on view January 30 to May 30, 2011. Shimon Attie’s exhibition MetroPAL.IS., a multiple-channel immersive HD video installation featuring members of the Israeli and Palestinian communities of New York City, is to debut at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. The Aldrich has supported the production and […]

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Museum of Early Trades & Crafts Presents Mariners, Merchants & Pirates Exhibition

Early American seafaring techniques, tools and methods The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts presents Mariners, Merchants & Pirates an exhibition that will explore Early American seafaring techniques, tools and methods. Visitors will learn about the nautical navigation system of the time, and will view a wide variety of artifacts that were used in this […]

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DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Presents Rachel Perry Welty 24/7

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Presents Rachel Perry Welty 24/7

The DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum presents Rachel Perry Welty 24/7 an exhibition on view Jan 29, 2011 – Apr 24, 2011. Rachel Perry Welty has been creating obsessive, repetitive, and process-based works about aspects of her own life for over a decade. 24/7 is her first large-scale solo museum show and features Welty’s major […]

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Royal Marines Museum Announces War, Silence and Memory in Modern Britain

The Royal Marines Museum Announces War, Silence and Memory in Modern Britain a one day conference being held on Wednesday 9th February 2011. Individuals, communities and societies all ‘remember’ wars. Forms of remembering include state sponsored memorials and acts of remembrance, spontaneous, collective acts of commemoration such as those seen recently at Wooton Basset and […]

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