August, 2011

National Railway Museum Announces Addition to LMS Princess Coronation Class No. 6229 Duchess of Hamilton

The National Railway Museum in York has announced a new addition to the iconic LMS Princess Coronation Class No. 6229 Duchess of Hamilton – a converted LMS railway carriage which has been restored to match the streamlined symbol of 1930s luxury. Visitors to the Museum on 24 & 25 September will catch the first glimpse […]

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Yale School of Architecture Exhibition Presents Work of Architect Stanley Tigerman

Yale School of Architecture Exhibition Presents Work of Architect Stanley Tigerman

The Yale School of Architecture presents “Ceci n’est pas une reverie: The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman”. Exhibition on view 22 August – 5 November 2011. Stanley Tigerman (born September 20, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American architect, theorist and designer. He studied at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Chicago Institute of Design, and Yale […]

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Israel Museum Presents Christian Marclay The Clock

Acclaimed Video Work Has Captivated Audiences Worldwide, Receiving the Prestigious Golden Lion Award at 2011 Venice Biennale The Israel Museum presents the exhibition of Christian Marclay’s video work The Clock (2010). On loan from the artist, this internationally acclaimed masterwork of video art is composed of thousands of film excerpts illuminating the passage of time […]

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Missoula Art Museum Presents Presents Neighborhood Days

Missoula Art Museum Presents Presents Neighborhood Days

The Missoula Art Museum Presents presents Neighborhood Days, on view through August 28, 2011. In recognition of the 15th Anniversary of Missoula’s Neighborhood Councils, the Missoula Art Museum is proud to host an exhibition assembled by the City of Missoula’s Office of Neighborhoods. The exhibition draws attention to the 18 distinct neighborhoods organized to make […]

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Mariner’s Museum Presents Always Good Ships: 125 Years of Shipbuilding

The Mariner’s Museum in Newport presents Always Good Ships, 125 Years of Shipbuilding. Open now. On January 28, 1886, Collis P. Huntington founded Newport News Shipbuilding along the banks of the historic James River. His vision was to provide first-class quality in all aspects of the business and to earn a reputation for building the […]

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Wexner Center for the Arts Opens Diana Thater Peonies

Wexner Center for the Arts Opens Diana Thater Peonies

The Wexner Center for the Arts presents Diana Thater: Peonies on view through Dec 30, 2011 in the Wexner Center Lower Lobby. Diana Thater draws you into her ongoing investigations of video in this nine-monitor installation. Diana Thater Peonies, 2011 9 video monitors, 1 DVD player Dimensions variable Courtesy of the artist Photos: Peter Mallet, […]

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National Mall and Memorial Parks Launch Mobile App

Visitors to the nation’s capital can now use their smart phone to learn about and find their way around the National Mall. The NPS National Mall app, one of the first apps developed by the National Park Service, runs on Apple iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches and is available free from Apple’s iTunes App Store. […]

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Centre Pompidou-Metz Announces Wander Labyrinthine Variations

Centre Pompidou-Metz Announces Wander Labyrinthine Variations

Centre Pompidou-Metz presents Wander, Labyrinthine Variations on view 12 September 2011–5 March 2012. Wander, Labyrinthine Variations is an international group exhibition, which takes its cue from the model of the labyrinth, tackling the notions of straying, loss and wandering as well as their various representations in contemporary art. Mystical, archaic forms, labyrinths and mazes are […]

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Taiwanese Spyplane Pilot Remembers Cold War Flights Over China at the Museum of Flight

Sept. 10 panel discussion looks at secret U.S./Taiwan U-2 missions SEATTLE – A Sept. 10 panel discussion looks at a little-known Cold War spyplane program run by the Taiwanese Air Force in cooperation with the United States military. Lockheed Martin engineer Li Wang will discuss the Taiwanese Air Force 35th Squadron, the “Black Cat Squadron,” […]

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