Daily Archives: March 16, 2011

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Kenosha Public Museum‎ Celebrates 75th Anniversary

In 2011, the Kenosha Public Museum marks it’s 75th Anniversary. The Kenosha Public Museum collects, preserves, and interprets decorative and fine arts, natural science specimens, and cultural artifacts from around the world and throughout time. […]

Stuhr Museum Family Game Night

On 6-9 p.m. Friday, March 18 the Stuhr Museum will host a Family Game Night. This is the second year for this popular event, which allows families of all kinds to try board games, puzzle […]

CM Russell Museum Benefit Sale

March 17: Reception and Wall Art Sale The Russell kickoff event is the opening reception and Wall Art Sale, held on Thursday evening, March 17. Enjoy food, drink, and entertainment. Attendees will also have an […]

Milwaukee Art Museum Hires New Curator of American Art

The Milwaukee Art Museum has welcomed William Keyse Rudolph as its new Curator of American Art and Decorative Arts. Rudolph has a distinguished career, coming to Milwaukee from the Worcester Art Museum where he was […]

Science Museum Presents James Watt’s Attic Workshop

Complete workshop of the first hero of the Industrial Revolution to be reassembled and opened to visitors The attic workshop of the first hero of the British Industrial Revolution, the engineer James Watt, will be […]

Crocker Art Museum to Open Photosynthetic Restaurant for Plants

The Crocker Art Museum will open the world’s first photosynthetic restaurant this spring. Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats has developed a gourmet cuisine for flora by filtering and mixing different wavelengths of sunlight. Keats’ installation will […]

IVAM Opens Baltasar Lobo Sculpture Exhibition

The Institut Valencià d’Art Modern (IVAM) exhibition, open Mar 15 – May 01, 2011, gathers 92 works between sculptures and paintings that represent the different stages of his creative production from the forties to his […]

Alte Pinakothek Celebrates 175th Anniversary in 2011

Alte Pinakothek’s 175th anniversary in 2011 with a wide range of events. First opened to the public on 16 October, 1836, Leo von Klenze’s seminal museum building today still provides the architectural framework for collections […]