April, 2017

Contemporary Arts Centre Announce Caledonia Curry Survey

Contemporary Arts Centre Announce Caledonia Curry Survey

The CAC is organizing the first major survey of era-defining artist Caledonia Curry – better known as Swoon. Swoon is a pioneering social champion in a field traditionally dominated by men, machismo and activities deemed illegal; she has overcome every barrier to re-define what “street art” means today. This exhibition showcases multiple dimensions of Curry’s […]

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Foundry Art Centre To Host 1940s Themed Annual Fundraiser – The Sky’s The Limit Gala

Foundry Art Centre To Host 1940s Themed Annual Fundraiser – The Sky’s The Limit Gala

Travel back to the 1940’s for the Foundry Art Centre’s 13th annual fundraiser, a special USO-themed “Sky’s The Limit” Gala! All funds raised through the Gala will directly support the arts programming the Foundry Art Centre provides to the St. Charles community throughout the 2017-2018 events season. Celebrate the Foundry Art Centre’s mission to connect […]

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DIRECTOR WILL BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO INDIAN MUSEUM IN OKLAHOMA

DIRECTOR WILL BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO INDIAN MUSEUM IN OKLAHOMA

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Spring is a time of rebirth and the Summer season in Indian Country aligns with renewal ceremonies, so it is fitting that James Pepper Henry will become the Museum Director of The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum on June 19, 2017, breathing new life into this world-class vision at this […]

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Rare and exclusive copy of 17th century First Folio featured in Shakespeare exhibition at Cincinnati Museum Center

Rare and exclusive copy of 17th century First Folio featured in Shakespeare exhibition at Cincinnati Museum Center

Shakespeare and the Queen City opens August 25 CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) is pleased to announce Shakespeare and the Queen City , a temporary exhibition featuring an original First Folio, the first published collection of William Shakespeare’s works. The First Folio, printed in 1623, is one of only 234 known surviving copies that […]

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