April, 2015

Work Begins April 6 on Museum of Flights New Aviation Pavilion

Work Begins April 6 on Museum of Flights New Aviation Pavilion

SEATTLE – Construction begins today on The Museum of Flight’s Aviation Pavilion – a structure that will cover more than 20 commercial and military airplanes once completed. Aircraft that will be moved to the Aviation Pavilion upon its completion include the Museum’s recently restored Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet, the 787 Dreamliner, Air Force One, the […]

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Log canoe to launch at April 22 Blessing of the Fleet at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Log canoe to launch at April 22 Blessing of the Fleet at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

The first Chesapeake two-masted log hull sailing canoe to be built in more than 35 years will be launched at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on Wednesday, April 22, with the public invited to help celebrate the occasion. The log canoe—to be christened Bufflehead—will launch immediately following the museum’s Blessing of the Fleet ceremony at […]

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UMFA’s Third Saturday for Families Program Celebrates Latino Art

UMFA’s Third Saturday for Families Program Celebrates Latino Art

Salt Lake City –Third Saturday for Families, the popular, free art-making event hosted monthly at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA), will celebrate Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art on Saturday, April 18. From 1–4 pm families are invited to explore this landmark exhibition from the Smithsonian American Art Museum that features […]

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Museum of Flight Unveils Plans for Daring New Exhibit

Museum of Flight Unveils Plans for Daring New Exhibit

Displays to humanize the story of flight SEATTLE – The Museum of Flight today announced plans for a daring new exhibit unlike any seen before. The display will give new meaning to an exhibit with “personality.” It will feature real personalities-deceased people accessioned, conserved and cataloged into the Museum’s collection. “Traditionally, an aerospace museum accessions […]

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Run, jump, row and throw in new interactive exhibition

Science of Sports opens at Cincinnati Museum Center May 23 CINCINNATI – Lace up your tennis shoes, stretch out those muscles and head to Cincinnati Museum Center to work up a physical and mental sweat. Science of Sports challenges your body and mind as you explore how incredible feats of athleticism are just science at […]

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Michener Art Museum Opens Exhibition of Renowned Photographer Kate Breakey

Michener Art Museum Opens Exhibition of Renowned Photographer Kate Breakey

(Doylestown, PA) Opening day for the Michener’s newest exhibition brought crowds of art and photography enthusiasts to admire the widely-known and unique work of native Australian, Kate Breakey. Her show, Kate Breakey: Small Deaths runs through July 12, 2015 in the Fred Beans Gallery and is organized by The Wittliff Collections / Texas State University […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center honors those who served during Salute to Armed Forces Weekend May 16 & 17

Cincinnati Museum Center honors those who served during Salute to Armed Forces Weekend May 16 & 17

Parade, flyovers, activities, exhibit and OMNIMAX® film highlight weekend celebrating service CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center is celebrating those military men and women who served our nation with a special Salute to Armed Forces Weekend May 16 & 17. Events and activities inside and outside Union Terminal will honor those who serve and have served. […]

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Treasures of Our Military Past at Cincinnati Museum Center

Visitors can learn about Cincinnati’s rich military past in Treasures of Our Military Past, opening May 15. Spanning over 220 years, Treasures of Our Military Past is an incredible exhibit that honors the men, women and organizations who have turned the tides of war and battled injustice around the globe. A hand-drawn plan of Fort […]

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Museum’s New Exhibit is for the Birds

Museum’s New Exhibit is for the Birds

“How Birds Fly” exhibit in partnership with Burke Museum, opens April 11 Aviation’s feathered friends are the subjects of the Museum’s new, temporary exhibit, How Birds Fly, opening April 11. The exhibit encapsulates the beauty, diversity and wonder of bird flight in relation to aviation. It was developed from a colorful blending of Museum of […]

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