May, 2016

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Summer Hours Begin May 29

CINCINNATI, OH (May 24, 2016) — The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center announced today that it will be open on Sundays throughout the summer, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., beginning May 29. The museum will also be open to the public on Memorial Day from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The additional summer hours will […]

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Chautauqua Summer Series returns to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels

Chautauqua Summer Series returns to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels

On the evenings of July 11-13, the 22nd annual Chautauqua Summer Series brings three live performances to the waterfront campus of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. This year’s Maryland Humanities’ series features Pulitzer Prize winners Duke Ellington, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Ernest Hemingway, with all living history performances taking place from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. along […]

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Offsite Museum Camps bring Cincinnati Museum Center to a location near you

CINCINNATI – Summer’s coming and that means one thing: they’re back. Swarming your yard and home, eating everything in sight, getting louder and louder as the summer goes on. No, they’re not the cicadas. They’re your children, out of school and, by the middle of June, out of things to do. But don’t worry, Cincinnati […]

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CAC Cincinnati debuts new Tomas Saraceno installation on June 17

CAC Cincinnati debuts new Tomas Saraceno installation on June 17

Cincinnati, OH… The Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati (CAC) has commissioned new work by the innovative Argentinean artist Tomás Saraceno who develops ambitious projects including models for cities that float on air. On view June 17, 2016, through June 2017, the installation comprises a series of pyramid-shaped, kite-like structures suspended from the CAC’s spacious lobby. […]

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Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati Announce Tomas Saraceno Artist Talk

Join the Contemporary Arts Center for an artist talk with Tomás Saraceno on June 18 at 2PM in the Lower Level performance space. For more information visit contemporaryartscenter.org

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Media Preview of Museum of Flight Summer Aerospace Exhibit

Media Preview of Museum of Flight Summer Aerospace Exhibit

SEATTLE – Members of the press are invited to a preview of Above and Beyond – The Ultimate Interactive Flight Exhibition on May 26, 10 a.m. to noon. The exhibit, opening May 28, is produced by Evergreen Exhibitions in association with Boeing and in collaboration with The Museum of Flight, NASA and Smithsonian National Air […]

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Buyboats come to Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Buyboats come to Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Buyboats come to St. Michaels August 11 – 14 The Chesapeake Bay’s historic buyboats are coming to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md. August 11 through August 14 as part of the 12th annual Chesapeake Bay Buyboat Reunion. The reunion tour kicks off at Tangier Island on August 3 and continues through […]

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Da Vinci – The Genius exhibition now open at Cincinnati Museum Center

Da Vinci – The Genius exhibition now open at Cincinnati Museum Center

CINCINNATI – Painter. Inventor. Sculptor. Musician. Engineer. Genius. Leonardo da Vinci was all of these and more. Da Vinci – The Genius, now open at Cincinnati Museum Center, brings the full scope of da Vinci’s brilliance to life in an interactive exhibition featuring full-scale interpretations of the Italian mastermind’s inventions and unparalleled studies of his […]

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Presidential Archives: Letters, Hair, and Fossils An exhibit on view July 1–29 for the Democratic National Convention

Presidential Archives: Letters, Hair, and Fossils An exhibit on view July 1–29 for the Democratic National Convention

PHILADELPHIA — In this presidential primary season, the hair of a particular candidate has generated outsized attention and inspired countless memes. The public’s fascination with the wind-whipped comb-over has hardly abated as we hurtle toward the political conventions in Philadelphia and Cleveland, Ohio, in July. Presidential locks aside, human hair in general also fascinated early […]

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