Daily Archives: July 24, 2012

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Aspen Art Museum’s ArtCrush benefit gala

Over 300 of the world’s top art collectors, wine connoisseurs, artists, gallery owners, museum directors, curators, and global business leaders come together in Aspen for three days of striking events to celebrate the Aspen Art […]

Museum Hosts Viewing Party for NASA Mars Rover Landing on Aug 5

Sunday eventing MarsFest 2012 offers Mars exploration experts, family activities and big-screen viewing of the “seven minutes of terror” SEATTLE – NASA’s latest Mars rover, the Mars Science Laboratory named Curiosity, is scheduled to land […]

ArcelorMittal Orbit stands at the heart of the Olympic Park

ArcelorMittal Orbit, the 114.5 metre sculpture designed by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond stands at the heart of the Olympic Park. ArcelorMittal Orbit Construction of the ArcelorMittal Orbit took 18 months and required 560 metres […]

Armory Center for the Arts presents Roadside Attraction

Armory Center for the Arts presents Roadside Attraction, on view 08.11.12 to 11.10.12, a new temporary outdoor gallery at 733 North Fair Oaks Boulevard. Roadside Attraction Armory Center for the Arts Sited on a traffic-heavy, […]

Museum of Liverpool announces Liverpool Love exhibition

The Museum of Liverpool presents Liverpool Love, a collection of 29 pieces curated by Merseyside-born artist Christian Furr, will open in the Museum later this year from 28 September to 25 November 2012. Conceived by […]

Walker Art Gallery shows 1972 Olympic posters

The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool presents 1972 Olympic posters in an exhibition on view now. 1972 Olympic posters Walker Art Gallery To celebrate London 2012 the Walker Art Gallery is displaying for the first […]

Tate Modern presents Tino Sehgal commission

Tate Modern has unveiled the first live commission in The Unilever Series created by the artist Tino Sehgal. Using movement, sound and conversation, Sehgal’s work titled These associations draws on the existing atmosphere of the […]

Tate St Ives seeks Exhibitions and Displays Curator

Tate St Ives is seeking a Exhibitions and Displays Curator. Working within the Tate St Ives Programme Team, you’ll be involved in everything from developing new concepts, selecting artists, and researching provenance to co-ordinating installation […]

Dayton Art Institute announces Upcoming Events

The Dayton Art Institute (DAI) will launch a brand new series of pop-culture inspired parties in July, the Prime Time Party Rental Series, with an Olympics Opening Ceremonies Party on Friday, July 27, 7 – […]

British Museum presents Winning at the ancient Games

The British Museum presents Winning at the ancient Games a victory trail around the collection consisting of twelve star objects through 9 September 2012. The stops on the trail will include iconic sculptures that have […]

National Gallery of Ireland announces New Displays

A varied programme of exhibitions and thematic displays from the National Gallery of Ireland’s collection will feature a more expansive representation of the Gallery’s holdings which have not been on public view for some time. […]

British Museum celebrates a year of generosity

In 2011/12 The British Museum was fortunate to be able to acquire a wide range of objects, from the large-scale to the humble, due to the unstinting generosity of individual donors, fundraising bodies and foundations. […]