April, 2014

Independent Curators International (ICI) Announce Curatorial Intensive in Moscow

In collaboration with Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow, ICI announces the Curatorial Intensive: Developing Infrastructures for Art. This short-course training program will examine curatorial strategies for creatively building frameworks for art—from small-scale collaborative projects to new museums—that respond to the changing needs of artists and new art publics. The program will look at […]

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kestnergesellschaft Exhibition program 2014/2015

kestnergesellschaft Exhibition program 2014/2015

Pool | Art from London April 4–July 6 Curators: Heinrich Dietz, Antonia Lotz In five interlocking solo presentations, the group exhibition Pool presents works by Aaron Angell (b. 1987), Alice Channer (b. 1977), Nicolas Deshayes (b. 1983), Magali Reus (b. 1981) and Cally Spooner (b. 1983). The exhibition allows a comprehensive insight into the work […]

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Index – The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation Seeks Director

Index – The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation seeks a new director or curatorial team to lead the operations of Index starting in the fall of 2014. Index is a non-profit exhibition space, celebrating 40 years in 2014. Index is a private foundation with a board that holds ultimate responsibility. Among the financiers are the Swedish […]

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The Shades of Blue Orchestra to perform at CBMM’s Big Band Night

The Shades of Blue Orchestra to perform at CBMM’s Big Band Night

In celebration of Independence Day, the waterfront Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) in St. Michaels is welcoming The Shades of Blue Orchestra for a live performance at its July 5 Big Band Night. This will be the band’s first performance at the museum, which has hosted Big Band Night for more than 25 years. Two […]

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The Freedom Center hosts the Inaugural City- Wide 7 Words of Freedom Service on Good Friday Presented by Legacy Pointe Ministries

CINCINNATI – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is pleased to host the inaugural city-wide 7 Words of Freedom Good Friday service April 18, presented by Legacy Pointe Ministries. This multi-cultural, multi-denominational service features seven dynamic religious leaders remembering Jesus’ Seven Last Words before his death, along with the words of other inspiring freedom luminaries, […]

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Summer sailing classes begin June 16 at CBMM

Summer sailing classes begin June 16 at CBMM

Kids can explore the Miles River and learn maritime skills in the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s (CBMM) summer sailing program, where new and experienced sailors gain the confidence to sail a small boat in a fun, safe, and encouraging environment. Weekly morning and afternoon classes are offered June 16 through August 8 for participants 8 […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center celebrates Earth Day with a weekend of activities

Animals, experiments and art highlight the natural world around us CINCINNATI – As technology rapidly advances the great outdoors is more often experienced through an Instagram photo than it is by one’s own eyes. Yet there is so much the outdoors has to offer that can only be experienced at its source. Earth Day provides […]

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Area 51 Revealed in April 26 Lectures   and Book Signings

Area 51 Revealed in April 26 Lectures and Book Signings

Aviation writers, special tour of M/D-21 Blackbird spyplane The realities of the Area 51 secret Air Force flight facility at Groom Lake, Nev. will be discussed during a day of lectures and book signings at the Museum on April 26. Presenters include Area 51 authors Peter Merlin and T.D. Barnes. Merlin is an aviation historian […]

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Mana Quartet perform at CBMM June 4

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s (CBMM) Miles River waterfront will be the backdrop for a live performance of the Mana Saxophone Quartet on Wednesday, June 4. Beginning at 6pm at the Tolchester Beach Bandstand, the concert is free and open to the public, with a suggested $5 donation made at the door. Beer, wine, and […]

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