September, 2011

City of Gdansk Announces Installations and Interventions in Public Space

City of Gdansk Announces Installations and Interventions in Public Space

NARRACJE Gdańsk – Installations and Interventions in Public Space 3rd Edition 17–20 November 2011 Installations open from 5 p.m to midnight In 2009 the City of Gdansk introduced the idea of a night time festival of contemporary art and design in public space. The idea to invite national and international artists and designers to read […]

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BAK, basis voor actuele kunst Announces Spacecraft Icarus 13 Narratives of Progress from Elsewhere

BAK, basis voor actuele kunst Announces Spacecraft Icarus 13 Narratives of Progress from Elsewhere

BAK, basis voor actuele kunst presents Spacecraft Icarus 13: Narratives of Progress from Elsewhere. Open 9 October–23 December 2011. This group exhibition, with works by Neil Beloufa, Patty Chang and David Kelley, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Mikhail Kalatozov, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Federico Herrero, Yasuzo Masumura, Omar Meneses, Cristina Lucas, Mauro Restiffe, Glauber Rocha, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, and Lin […]

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National Air and Space Museum Announces 10 Evenings of Lectures, Planetarium Shows and Sky Observing

The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum, in partnership with the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and the National Museum of Natural History, will host a new annual series of 10 lectures by Smithsonian researchers who are exploring the sun, the moon, planets, stars, galaxies and the universe. The “Smithsonian’s Stars” free public lectures will take place […]

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Tug Delaware’s historic restoration now underway at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM)

Tug Delaware’s historic restoration now underway at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM)

In recognition of her upcoming centennial, the tug Delaware is now being restored to her 1912 appearance in full public view at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Maryland. Delaware is a rare example of a typical early 20th century wooden river tug. Built in 1912 in Bethel, Delaware by William H. Smith, […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center Launches New Web Platform

Designed in partnership with Openfield Creative CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) revealed today a new Web platform designed in partnership with Cincinnati-based Openfield Creative and CMC’s digital engagement, informatics and marketing teams. The new Web site is built on a Drupal platform, and provides significantly enhanced functionality and shareability. Users are able to navigate […]

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Receives $17.2 Million Gift

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Receives $17.2 Million Gift

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum received a gift of $17.2 million from the estate of Eric F. Ross of Palm Beach, FL, and West Orange, NJ. It is the largest single gift to the institution. Eric and his late wife, Lore, both of whom were refugees from Nazi Germany, donated more than $12 million […]

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Tate Britain Opens Exhibition of Early Works by Barry Flanagan

Tate Britain Opens Exhibition of Early Works by Barry Flanagan

Tate Britain presents Barry Flanagan: Early Works 1965 – 1982 an exhibition on view Tuesday 27 September 2011 – Monday 2 January 2012. Barry Flanagan, 4 casb 2 ’67 1967. Tate © Estate of Barry Flanagan courtesy Plubronze Ltd Barry Flanagan (1941-2009) was one of Britain’s most original and inventive artists. This autumn Tate Britain […]

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