July, 2015

2014-15 Artist in Residence Exit Exhibition: “There’s No Such Thing as the Future” by Kelley Donahue at Clay Art Center

2014-15 Artist in Residence Exit Exhibition: “There’s No Such Thing as the Future” by Kelley Donahue at Clay Art Center

Kelley’s figurative and abstract organic objects act as three-dimensional canvases. High intensity surface decoration creates a visual maze for the mind to contemplate narrative. Kelley Donahue Artist Statement: I make figurative and non-figurative objects out of clay, which act as three-dimensional canvases. The surface is painted to create illusion of space, and expound on the […]

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July Events at The Museum of Flight

SEATTLE – Thursday, July 9, 7 p.m. Lecture and Book Signing with Author Mark Vanhoenacker, in partnership with the University Bookstore British Airways pilot and writer Mark Vanhoenacker reminds us of the true wonder of flight in his fascinating and poetic new book, “Skyfaring- A Journey with a Pilot.”The author weaves together history, politics, geography, […]

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2014-15 Artist in Residence Exit Exhibition: “My Name is Nobody” by Matthew Smith at Clay Art Center

2014-15 Artist in Residence Exit Exhibition: “My Name is Nobody” by Matthew Smith at Clay Art Center

Growing out of the historical roots of a particular place, Matthew creates videos, installations, and functional objects that engage specific beings and materials in authentic situations. Matthew Smith Artist Statement: Growing out of the physical, geographical, and historical roots of a particular place, my studio practice engages specific beings and materials in authentic situations. The […]

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The Art of Wine is UNCORKED at the Michener Art Museum

Celebrate and support the Michener at the 5th biennial Art of Wine event! Come for a special Vintner’s Reception showcasing premier wineries such as Duckhorn Wine Company, Stag’s Leap, Louis Latour, Alain Blanchon Selections, and St. Francis Winery and Vineyards and enjoy exquisite hors d’oeuvres and silent auction bidding. Then take part in a formal […]

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The Contemporary Jewish Museum Announces Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait

The Contemporary Jewish Museum Announces Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait

The Contemporary Jewish Museum (The CJM) presents the US premiere of Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait, a personal and intimate exhibition about Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse (1983–2011). Co-curated by the Jewish Museum, London and Winehouse’s brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva, the family gave the Jewish Museum unprecedented access to Winehouse’s belongings, including […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Charity Boat Auction September 5th

Get ready to bid on the boat of your dreams this Labor Day weekend as the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum hosts its 18th annual Charity Boat Auction on Saturday, September 5th. More than 100 boats—ranging in size and performance from sailing dinghies to cabin cruisers, and everything in between—will be in the water and on […]

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James A. Michener Art Museum Launches Google Art Project Street View and Gigapixel Imagery

James A. Michener Art Museum Launches Google Art Project Street View and Gigapixel Imagery

(Doylestown, PA) The James A. Michener Art Museum announced today that it is launching Street View imagery of its galleries along with thirteen works viewable in super high resolution or ‘gigapixel’ photo capturing technology. Using the Street View feature, visitors can virtually move around the Museum’s galleries selecting works of art that interest them by […]

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