April, 2011

THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY NAMED NYC & COMPANY CULTURE SPOT FOR MAY

Museum Invites Visitors to See the IMAX film Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World for Free With the Purchase of a Ticket to any Special Exhibition or Space Show New York, NY – One of the world’s preeminent scientific, educational and cultural organizations, the American Museum of Natural History offers an exciting journey through […]

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Walker Art Center’s Adventures in New Puppetry Series Closes with Improbable’s The Devil and Mister Punch (A Work-in-Progress)

Walker Art Center’s Adventures in New Puppetry Series Closes with Improbable’s The Devil and Mister Punch (A Work-in-Progress)

The Walker Art Center’s Adventures in New Puppetry series closes with Improbable’s The Devil and Mister Punch (a work-in-progress), Thursday-Saturday, May 19–21, in the William and Nadine McGuire Theater. In this Walker-commissioned new work, Punch and Judy get slapped into the 21st century by the U.K.’s masters of contemporary puppet theater. “We can promise puppets […]

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Maryport Maritime Museum Reopens

The Maryport Maritime Museum re-opened on the Easter holiday weekend. The museum is being run by volunteers who would be interested in hearing from anyone who might want to help, after Allerdale Council decided that it could no longer run it. The Museum houses a wealth of objects, pictures, models and paintings that illustrate Maryport’s […]

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Porsche Museum Upcoming Exhibitions 2011

Porsche Museum Upcoming Exhibitions 2011

The Porsche Museum announces special exhibitions for 2011. The Porsche Museum 25 Years of Porsche Exclusive – 1 March until 1 May, 2011 For the past 25 years, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, has been offering the option – under the term “Exclusive” – of individually tailoring a Porsche to create an unmistakable, […]

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China Comic and Animation Museum Opens

The design of China Comic and Animation Museum opened on Thursday evening in Hangzhou, capital of east China’s Zhejiang Province, reports Xinhuanet. The museum is designed by MVRDV, an international architecture and urban design company, and will be located on an island in Baima (White Horse) Lake in the Binjiang District of Hangzhou, Inspired by […]

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The Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) Announces 2011-2012 Season

The Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) Announces 2011-2012 Season

The Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) in Cincinnati, Ohio—one of the nation’s oldest and most celebrated contemporary art institutions—announces the 2011–2012 season of exhibitions featuring both single artist and group shows. The CAC—renowned for the opportunities it gives to international artists at various stages in their careers, and the contribution those opportunities make to the artists’ […]

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation Appoints Catherine Carver Dunn and John L. Wielk, Deputy Directors

Richard Armstrong, Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation, today announced the appointment of Catherine Carver Dunn as Deputy Director, Advancement. In this new position, Dunn will be responsible for directing the major forthcoming capital campaign; planning, managing, and implementing of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation’s global individual-development program; and organizing special events. […]

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Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes / Ex Teresa Arte Actual Presents crisisss Art and Confrontation in Latin America

Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes / Ex Teresa Arte Actual Presents crisisss Art and Confrontation in Latin America

Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes / Ex Teresa Arte Actual presents crisisss. Art and Confrontation in Latin America 1910–2010 on view through 5 June 2011. This exhibition, curated by Gerardo Mosquera, presented an overview of confrontational and transgressive Latin American artworks dating from the hundred years following the Mexican Revolution. Featuring 103 artists and some […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Names Paul Tudor Jones as Boating Party Honorary Chair

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Names Paul Tudor Jones as Boating Party Honorary Chair

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum has announced Paul Tudor Jones of Cambridge, MD as the Honorary Chair to the Museum’s 14th Annual Boating Party. The signature fundraising gala, which takes place at the Museum on Saturday, September 10, 2011, benefits the children and adults served by the Museum’s educational, exhibit, and boat restoration programs. With […]

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