August, 2011

Imperial War Museum North Marks the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 with In the Spotlight: Remembering 9/11 Exhibition

IWM North Presents In the Spotlight: Remembering 9/11. Open 10 September 2011 – September 2012 A British Union flag recovered from Ground Zero in the wreckage of the World Trade Center, New York, will go on public display for the first time in the IWM North, in Manchester on 10 September 2011. The flag is […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center celebrates Union Terminal history with 1940s Day August 27

Cincinnati Museum Center celebrates Union Terminal history with 1940s Day August 27

Highlights include performances by the Manhattan Dolls and WMKV Big Band, vintage car show and a chance to record your oral history On August 27 the museum is celebrating the history of Union Terminal and taking you back to its origins as a major transfer point for soldiers during World War II. Relive the 1940s […]

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Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford Names Connie Wolf as New Director

Connie Wolf, director and CEO of San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum, was a galvanizing force in bringing a national profile to a little-known institution. Now she’ll have a chance to bring the same record of drive and innovation to the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford when she becomes the […]

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Design Museum London Announces New Additions to Collection

Design Museum London Announces New Additions to Collection

To coincide with the opening of the Design Museum’s latest exhibition, ‘This is Design’, the museum has announced two major acquisitions to its Collection: Britain’s celebrated red telephone box, donated by BT and a set of traffic lights designed by David Mellor. The acquisitions are both featured in ‘This is Design’ which celebrates and features […]

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